2005 October 31 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
October 31, 2005 (INDIANAPOLIS) - Some say that efforts to legalize video gambling machines in taverns could heat up when the legislative session begins in January.
There are enough votes on Beacon Hill to bring Las Vegas-style gambling to the Bay State, supporters of the measure say. But whether enough time is left to pass a bill before lawmakers break for the year…
A Merck lawyer questioned the plaintiff’s credibility in the Vioxx personal injury trial, saying that the drug had not caused the man’s heart attack.
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A FORMER bingo caller has become Britain’s hottest classical music star after releasing two million-selling albums in two years. Stunning Katherine Jenkins outsells most of today’s pop stars and rivals the likes of Franz Ferdinand, Rachel Stevens and McFly in the popularity stakes.
HARRISBURG, Pa. - The state Senate put off a planned vote Monday evening on legislation that would make changes to last year’s slot-machine gambling law, including a proposal to impose tougher ethical considerations on gambling regulators.
A key House Republican wants local communities to have a vote on plans by Indian tribes to build casinos away from their reservations. The idea is contained in draft legislation released Monday by Rep. Richard Pombo, R-…
Thirty-seven people have been arrested for allegedly engaging in baccarat gambling in Minato Ward, Tokyo, police said Monday.
SOUTH AFRICA As reported by the Bua News: “National Gambling Board chief executive officer Thibedi Majake was today grilled by MPs over his salary, which is higher than that of cabinet ministers.