You can’t miss the brand-new casino on Highway 99 in the southern Sacramento suburb of Elk Grove. It’s the size of a Costco, with the look of a new mall, next door to a still-under-construction hotel and spa.
And above the structure’s large entry doors bright blue signs declare, “Sky’s the Limit!”
That might seem like mere marketing, a sunny pun on the casino’s name, Sky River. But it actually describes the stark reality of gambling across California today: There aren’t many limits on the action.
Back in 2000, when state voters approved …