Keith Sharp of law firm Falk & Sharp, representing California's largest card rooms, tells Gaming Intelligence why he believes bad actor clauses are an unnecessary and self-serving addition to Californian iGaming legislation, as negotiations between PokerStars, the Morongo tribe and the card rooms continue. 

The loose consortium is comprised of the Morongo Band of Mission Indians and the state’s three largest card rooms, the Commerce Hotel and Casino, the Hawaiian Gardens Casino and the Bicycle Casino Poker Room, all former members of the California Online Poker Association (COPA).

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