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California Casino Land Sale Delayed

News Brief: A Contra Costa County Superior Court judge has ruled that the city of Richmond, California, would have to delay its plan to approve the sale of Point Molate to a casino developer for an anticipated $50 million.

Casino Backers Fund Schwarzenegger Campaign

News Brief: When they organized a $1 million fund-raiser for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Gavin and Joe Maloof's family casino business was negotiating a deal that would net them millions from running a tribal megacasino.

Online Poker Rooms Gain Popularity

News Brief: Chris Moneymaker’s 2003 World Series of Poker win, along with the popularity of the ‘World Poker Tour’ TV show, have sparked a boom for online poker rooms.

All N Poker Releases Accessories Line

All N Poker is going all in with the national introduction of its line of No-Limit Texas Hold "Em poker clothing and accessories.

California Senate Ratifies Tribal Gambling Agreements

News Brief: The Senate ratified four new tribal gambling agreements Friday, a day after Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger withdrew a controversial proposal to build the state's first urban casino.

California City Warms Up to Casino Idea

News Brief: The residents and city officials of San Pablo are mostly embracing the plans for the third-largest casino to built in their struggling city.

California Casino Faces Infrastructure Struggles

News Brief: California’s Campo band have been struggling with sewage and groundwater issues since building their casino in 2001 and the issues are not going away.

Schwarzenegger Pulls Back on Urban Casino Plan

News Brief: Unable to quell broad bipartisan opposition, Governor Schwarzenegger has pulled back a controversial tribal gambling agreement that would have cleared the way for a large urban casino in the San Francisco Bay Area.

California Tribes Ordering Hundreds of Slots

News Brief: Four of the five tribes that signed new gambling deals with California in June have started ordering hundreds of additional slot machines that could eventually bring the state more than $10 million a year.

San Pablo Casino Vote in Doubt

News Brief: Several Senate Democrats said Wednesday they would not ratify Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's deal to create an Indian casino in San Pablo during the legislative session scheduled to end Friday.

Orange County City Shoots Down Idea of Indian Casino

News Brief: Garden Grove City Council voted unanimously to reject a proposal to build an Indian casino and resort just blocks from Disneyland.

California Predicted to be Gambling Capital

News Brief: In time, according to gambling industry officials and economists, California almost surely will pass Nevada as the nation's biggest gambling venue.

Tribe's Deal With Caesars May Die

Caesars Entertainment, with its signature toga doubling as an ill-fitting bridal gown, has apparently been ditched at the altar by the Pauma Band of Mission Indians.

More Oversight for California Tribal Gaming Compacts Sought

News Brief: Assemblywoman Loni Hancock says that she would introduce a constitutional amendment calling for greater legislative oversight and public consideration of Indian gaming compacts.

Two California Tribes Plan Casino

News Brief: The Manzanita Indian band's hopes of developing an off-reservation casino in Calexico are getting a big boost with the backing of a new business partner: the Viejas tribe.

Democrats Criticize California Casino Plan

News Brief: Democrats are criticizing Governor Schwarzenegger’s casino deal as ‘mind-boggling’ in the detrimental impact it could have on the Bay Area.

Casino Bus Catches Fire Next to 101 Freeway

News Brief: A casino bus burst into flames next to a freeway Sunday morning not long after dozens of passengers got off the vehicle, authorities said.

California Tribe Scales Back Casino Plans

News Brief: Responding to opposition from Bay Area legislators, a California Indian tribe and investors have proposed scaling back plans for a sprawling, Las Vegas-style casino near San Francisco and Oakland.

Wynn: Disneyland Casino Reports Overblown

Steve Wynn says that media reports linking him to plans to develop a tribal casino near Disneyland in Orange County, California, are exaggerated.

California Deal Helps Las Vegas Group

George Maloof, owner of the Palms, and Jerry Turk, former owner of Fitzgeralds, were the big winners in California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's latest tribal casino agreements.

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