2006 February 27 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
When it comes to financing new stadiums, it’s a good bet you might hear the proposal to combine arenas and casinos.
SACRAMENTO — A bill intended to send $20 million to about two dozen California counties that have Indian casinos passed the Assembly on Monday. The measure by state Sen. Jim Battin, R-Palm Desert, deals with a pot of money funded by contributions from California’s gambling tribes.
Bormann Manor 2 p.m. Memorial service at Avera Sunday, May 22 Sunday School 9 a.m. Service of the Word 10 a.m. Avera Bormann Manor service 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 24 Newsletter deadline
There is a certain level of fame whereby even the simplest of everyday tasks becomes fraught with problems.
The sale of Nebraska-grown products, such as soybeans, to out-of state-companies who add value to those products can be likened to in-state money spent at casinos in neighboring states.
DENVER (AP) - The state Senate voted Monday to exempt some bars as well as casinos and racetracks from a proposed statewide smoking ban — a move that could kill the bill altogether.
HARRISBURG, Pa. - People who live near potential slot-machine gambling sites may not get a chance to read impact reports dealing with traffic, crime and other aspects of community life before public hearings begin in April.
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ — – 02/27/2006 — Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa today announces details of its most aggressive recruitment campaign since opening.
Capote: Philip Seymour Hoffman stars in an excellent biopic of the notorious writer.