DON THOMPSON Associated Press SACRAMENTO (AP) — California's second-largest card room is paying state and federal regulators nearly $6 million for misleading gambling regulators and failing to do enough to deter money laundering, the state's attorney general said Thursday. Hawaiian Gardens Casino, which recently completed a $90 million renovation, must comply with regulations for two years if it wants to keep its license under terms of the state settlement approved Thursday by the California Gambling Control Commission. "Gardens Casino has strong procedures in place and several years ago we put in place the necessary corrective measures to ensure these issues do not re-occur," the company's general counsel, Keith Sharp, said in a statement. He said the company, its 2,000 employees an
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