2006 February 14 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The National Council on Problem Gambling is set to start work on the implementation of some of the provisions in the Casino Control Bill, following parliament’s passing of the Bill on Tuesday.
OMAHA The Native tribes that want Nebraska voters to consider another casino gambling proposal dont anticipate problems getting on the ballot because this latest proposal is more limited than the ones rejected by voters in 2004.
Three former members of the controversial Southwestern District ‘Flex Squad’ are set to answer to rape charges in court tomorrow, but another cop caught up in the scandal made her first appearance in court …
Poems beat out chocolates, flowers, and Valentines gifts in Web searches today, ClickZstats reports .
Virginia Rep. Bob Goodlatte will reintroduce a bill this week that would prohibit Internet gambling, a fast-growing industry valued at about $12 billion, a spokeswoman for Goodlatte said on Tuesday.
A New Jersey-based gambling ring had no ties to organized crime, a defense lawyer involved in the case said Tuesday, contradicting the claims of state officials. Officials have said investigators are looking into how deep mob involvement might have been in the sports-betting ring allegedly run by former hockey star Rick Tocchet currently Wayne Gretzky’s top assistant with the Phoenix Coyotes and
U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby thinks Native Americans need to follow to the same laws that impact other U.S. citizens, including those surrounding gambling.
BURNABY, BRITISH COLUMBIA– - Gateway Casinos Income Fund is pleased to announce a cash distribution of $0.115 per unit for the month of January 2006. The distribution will be paid to unitholders of record at the close of business on February 23, 2006 and will be payable on February 28, 2006.
NEW YORK (AP) — A New Jersey-based gambling ring linked to Wayne Gretzky had no ties to organized crime, a defense lawyer involved in the case said Tuesday, contradicting the claims of state officials.