The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission is investigating exactly how many employees used their work computers for online gambling and/or pornography.
Why limit gambling on sports to the Vegas casinos when our state could make millions in taxes from it? That’s the current thinking in New Jersey, New York, and now California.
You could win money or a carton of cigarettes at a Tenderloin laundromat that offers online gambling while you wait for the wash to dry.
A California Field Poll shows 53 percent of voters are for legalizing and taxing online gambling as a way to increase state revenue.