Why Gambling Can’t Really Lose in California

Indian Tribes and Online Gaming Companies Have Two Big Measures on the Ballot—But They’ve Already Hit the Jackpot

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 …

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This March, It’s Time to Make College Basketball Picks More Social, Flexible—and American

At this historic time, with our nation sorely divided over taxes, spending, and party lines, it’s reassuring to witness the splendid uniting rites of March Madness. When it comes to …