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Californian Sports Betting

In 2012, Senate Bill 1390 passed the California State Senate but stalled in the Assembly Appropriations Committee. The bill would have allowed any licensed gambling establishment to offer sports wagering. The bill reappeared in 2013 and passed through the state Senate once again, but again stalled in the legislature. Even if the bill had passed through both houses and been signed by the governor, federal law still prohibited sports betting in all but four U.S. states in 2013.

In July 2017, Assembly member Adam Gray introduced a constitutional amendment that would allow the state "to permit sports wagering only if a change in federal law occurs."

With the Supreme Court ruling that abolished PASPA in May 2018, sports betting became a hot topic in California, with the state's tribal casinos, racetracks and commercial casinos divided on the issue. In July 2018, a group called Californians for Sports Betting filed a sports betting initiative, but it would not qualify until the 2020 election.

The state constitution prohibits sports betting and would require a voter referendum to make the change.
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