NO ON Prop 26

Stop Special Interest Monopolies

When special interests game the system in Sacramento, ALL Californians lose big.

Five California tribal casinos sponsoring Prop 26 have become some of the wealthiest and most powerful special interests in the state. Now they are pushing Prop 26 to guarantee themselves a virtual monopoly on all gaming in California by giving private trial lawyers the powers of the Attorney General to bury their licensed cardroom competitors with frivolous lawsuits.

Prop 26 opens the door to a massive expansion of gambling—allowing its sponsors to add exclusivity over roulette, dice and sports wagering to their current monopoly on slot machines.

Prop 26 will EXPAND their monopoly over gaming, NOT require them to pay their fair share, and NOT require them to abide by the state’s worker protection laws.

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Media Coverage

California doesn’t need more gambling, vote no on Props. 26, 27

The Mercury News
July 29, 2022
The last thing California needs is more gambling. The state already has 66 tribal casinos, 84 card rooms, 33 horse racing facilities and 23,000 stores selling lottery tickets. But voters will be asked this fall...
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No on California Proposition 26: Poison pill provision will harm communities and workers

San Diego Union Tribune
August 19, 2022
Proposition 26 on the Nov. 8 ballot would allow in-person sports betting at tribal casinos and licensed racetracks, requiring the venues to make certain payments to the state, and also legalize roulette and dice games,...

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