2005 November 21 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
LITTLE ROCK The attorney general’s office has set the formal name for a proposal to let charitable organizations conduct bingo games and raffles that are currently prohibited under the state constitution.
Gambling turned legal in Indiana 16 years ago last month. Off-track-betting parlors are part of gambling’s growth in the Hoosier state.
CALIFORNIA As reported by Contra Costa Times: “The band of American Indians who run Casino San Pablo claim an Alameda County food bank rejected its $3,000 contribution this week because of the stormy politics surrounding its expansion proposals.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 21 (UPI) — Philadelphia Eagles quarterback will have surgery to repair a sports hernia and likely is out for the season, head coach Andy Reid said Monday.
(BILOXI, Miss.) November 21 - There’s something else for you add to your holiday agenda, a trip to Biloxi.
LOS ANGELES, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Shares of Las Vegas Sands Corp. and Wynn Resorts Ltd. each rose more than 6 percent on Monday after China reported a 10.2 percent increase in visitors to its gambling enclave of Macau.
By 2008, the industry is expected to generate $4.26 billion in revenue.
It looks like great sports betting minds dont always think alike. Bowling Green was wagered up from a 4-point favorite to 6 ½ for Tuesdays game against Toledo just hours after the line was released Sunday morning. Such early movem…
CALIFORNIA As reported by North County Times: “Business is booming for California’s tribal casinos. National Indian Gaming Commission figures show that revenue for California tribal casinos —- there are now 55 in the state —- doubled between 2001 and 2004 to more than $5 billion a year.