Assemblyman Adam Gray has amended his bill to legalise online poker in California, setting out tax rates based on collective revenue and attempting to compromise on the disputed issue of ‘bad actor’ clauses.

This compromise would allow PokerStars to enter the market even with such a clause in place.

Assembly Bill 2863 aims to block operators that took bets in the United States after December 31st, 2011, from entering the market, altering the standard start date for such a clause which has historically been December 31st, 2006.

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