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Prop 27
Californians Spurn Sports Gambling Initiatives on Election Day
November 17, 2022
On Election Day, Golden State voters emphatically rebuked the sports gambling initiatives on the ballot.  With 67% of the ballots counted at press time, according to the Associated Press (AP), 83.31% or 5,628,855 California voters voted against Proposition 27, which would have legalized online sports gambling. The initiative was backed by gambling-industry titans Bally’s, BetMGM, DraftKings, Fanatics, FanDuel, PENN Entertainment, and WynnBet. ... read more »
Prop 26 Keeps Promise to Marginalized Communities While Prop 27 Enriches Out-Of-State Gambling Corporations
November 3, 2022
By now you’ve likely received your November ballot and are probably confused about the differences between the two sports wagering measures, Propositions 26 and 27. ... read more »
Through Ads and Advocates, Battle Over Calif. Gambling Propositions Heat Up
September 23, 2022
Clint Thompson, a Santa Monica resident in his 30s, wouldn’t say he has been inundated with advertisements supporting or denigrating Propositions 26 and 27, but he sees an ad focused on one of the legislations each time he turns on his television. ... read more »

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