2006 September 20 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
COLUMBUS One day after the slot machine issue officially made the Nov. 7 ballot, those for and against it argued over what the constitutional amendment will do.
Once upon a time, our jocks were the superstuds of world sports. When U.S. teams competed internationally, the ending was almost certain billboard-sized Americans flags waving, chants of “USA! USA!” and “We’re No. 1,” fountains of champagne spewing.
A group of indigenous Northern Marianas residents is pushing anew for casino gambling to be legalized on Saipan. The CNMI Indigenous Entrepreneurs Inc. has drafted a local initiative to allow casinos on Saipan.
Gov. Kathleen Blanco opposes concessions that Louisiana gambling boats say they need to compete against Mississippis expanding casino industry.
Online gambling website Sportingbet will push ahead in trying to find more American customers and acquisitions despite the arrest of its former chairman in the United States, its new chief executive said in an interview published in The Financial Times.
The investigation of a gambling ring allegedly run by John Neal, a former Teamster boss, could impact this year’s election, according to one legislator.
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THE Europeans are getting some respect from where it counts: the pockets of bettors who like the chances of the defending champions. Bookmakers William Hill credited a patriotic surge for the money on Europe, who are slight favourites in most betting lines.
Gambling is the only thing missing from a new Indian casino in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, mistakenly built in an area where gambling is illegal.