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Tribal gaming. [Ballot]

Dec 27, 2021 - Currently, 86 cardrooms in 32 counties operate certain card games (such as poker and pai-gow). These cardrooms are regulated by the local governments that authorized them, the Cal ifornia Gambling Control Commission (CGCC), and the California Department of Justice (DOJ).
https://lao.ca.gov/BallotAnalysis/Initiative/2021-039

Voting in California. [Ballot]

Nov 4, 2021 - Under recently enacted legislation, Chapter 312 of 2021 (AB 37, Berman), all voters in California receive a vote by mail (VBM) ballot. Voters can choose to vote by filling out and putting their VBM ballot in the mail, dropping the VBM ballot off at a ballot drop off location, or casting a ballot in person at a voting location.
https://lao.ca.gov/BallotAnalysis/Initiative/2021-021

California gaming activities. [Ballot]

Oct 1, 2021 - Currently, 86 cardrooms in 32 counties operate certain card games (such as poker and pai-gow) in a manner that is generally understood to make them non-banked and non-percentage games. These cardrooms are regulated by the local governments that authorized them, the California Gambling Control Commission (CGCC), and the California Department of Justice (DOJ).
https://lao.ca.gov/BallotAnalysis/Initiative/2021-009

Voting in California. [Ballot]

Oct 13, 2021 - Under recently enacted legislation, Chapter  312 of 2021 (AB  37, Berman), all voters in California receive a vote by mail (VBM) ballot. Voters can choose to vote by filling out and putting their VBM ballot in the mail, dropping the VBM ball ot off at a ballot drop off location, or casting a ballot in person at a voting location.
https://lao.ca.gov/BallotAnalysis/Initiative/2021-012

Online sports wagering. [Ballot]

Oct 20, 2021 - Currently, 86 cardrooms in 32 counties operate certain card games (such as poker and pai-gow). These cardrooms are regulated by the local governments that authorized them, the Cali fornia Gambling Control Commission (CGCC), and the California Department of Justice (DOJ).
https://lao.ca.gov/BallotAnalysis/Initiative/2021-017

Public sector unions and collective bargaining. [Ballot]

Sep 28, 2021 - In 2012, the Legislature approved Chapter 296 (Furutani, AB 340), referred to as PEPRA. This legislation made a number of changes to state law intended to reduce future costs of pension benefits, including reducing pension benefits for state and local government employees hired after 2013 and establishing a standard that employees contribute one-half of the normal cost.
https://lao.ca.gov/BallotAnalysis/Initiative/2021-008

Proposition 7 [Ballot]

Nov 6, 2018 - Proposition 7 [Ballot] AB 807 (Chapter 60, Statutes of 2018), Chu. Daylight saving time. Yes/No Statement A YES vote on this measure means: The Legislature, with a two-thirds vote, could change daylight saving time if the change is allowed by the federal government.
https://lao.ca.gov/BallotAnalysis/Proposition?number=7&year=2018

Proposed constitutional initiative related to gaming activities. [Ballot]

Aug 1, 2018 - Cardrooms in 32 counties operate certain card games (such as poker and pai-gow) in a manner that is generally understood to make them non-banked or non-percentage games. These car drooms are regulated by the local governments that authorized them, the California Gambling Control Commission (CGCC), and the California Department of Justice (DOJ).
https://lao.ca.gov/BallotAnalysis/Initiative/2018-003

Proposition 2 [Ballot]

Nov 6, 2018 - Proposition 2 [Ballot] AB 1827 (Chapter 41 , Statutes of 2018). Committee on Budget. No Place Like Home Act of 2018. Yes/No Statement A YES vote on this measure means: The state could use existing county mental health funds to pay for housing for those with mental illness who are homeless.
https://lao.ca.gov/BallotAnalysis/Proposition?number=2&year=2018

Proposed Constitutional and Statutory Measure Related to Gaming [Ballot]

Jan 3, 2020 - Currently, 86 cardrooms in 32 counties operate certain card games (such as poker and pai-gow) in a manner that is generally understood to make them non-banked or non-percentage games. These cardrooms are regulated by the local governments that authorized them, the California Gambling Control Commission (CGCC) and the California Department of Justice (DOJ).
https://lao.ca.gov/BallotAnalysis/Initiative/2019-029

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