Bingo Hall & Disabled Players Sue State

     RIVERSIDE, CALIF. (CN) – A Victorville bingo hall, an electronic bingo game maker and two disabled bingo players are the latest to sue a state government, challenging California’s threat to seize electronic bingo games used to raise money for charity.




     The four plaintiffs claim California’s Bureau of Gambling Control violates the Americans with Disabilities Act by threatening to prosecute under the state criminal code.
     Plaintiffs Family CB & RV Jamboree runs Your Community Bingo in Victorville; West Coast Game Management makes the games; one of the individual plaintiffs is blind and one is partially paralyzed by a stroke.
     They are represented in Federal Court by Theodore Strcam with Gresham Savage Nolan & Tilden.

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