2006 July 26 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
’s upcoming nuptials to Kid Rock have her so excited she’s turned to drink. At a news conference Wednesday meant to showcase her new online poker site, PamelaPoker.com, one reporter asked how she’s coping with …
BetonSports, the online betting company at the centre of criminal prosecution in the United States, hopes that sacking its chief executive is winning it enough leverage with the Department of Justice to allow it to re-open its website “within a week”.
Its time for the Gambling Industry to tell the truth to communities about how much money is lost in their towns via pokies, says John Stansfield, CEO of the Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand (PGF).
PROSPECTS have dimmed for swift US Senate passage of a bill to outlaw most forms of internet gambling as industry trade groups and lawmakers raise objections, congressional sources said.
Jim Anderton today warned the Christchurch City Council against lifting their 2004 moratorium on licensing non-casino gaming machines.
By Walter Williams The House of Representatives voted 245 to 159 to pass the Internet Gambling Prohibition Act of 1999. Because of a rule requiring two-thirds approval, the measure didn’t pass.
SALEM (AP) - An estimated 60,000 Oregon residents have a problem with gambling, and now the state is providing inpatient treatment to give some of them the help they need.
Prospects have dimmed for swift U.S. Senate passage of a bill to outlaw most forms of Internet gambling as industry trade groups and lawmakers raise objections, congressional sources said on Wednesday.
MI Developments Inc. today announced that it has agreed to amend the existing project financing facility provided in December 2004 by a subsidiary of MID to the subsidiary of Magna Entertainment Corp. that operates the Gulfstream Park racetrack in Florida by adding a new tranche of up to US$25.75 million to fund the design and construction of a slot machine facility to be located in the existing