2007 March 26 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
It was a late night session on Friday as the House debated for over 12 hours on the issue of expaning state gambling. The vote this morning gives supporters of expanded gambling hope that they could end 15 years of legislative failures.
DENVER - The Senate approved yet another version of a bill to expand the statewide smoking ban to casinos on Monday, this time amending it to give the gambling houses a year to put it into effect.
A mechanism rigged to fire tiny darts into the bellies of horses was found buried in the turf at the Happy Valley Racecourse.
Investigators probing the murder of Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer are analyzing the hard drive of his computer, but have found no reference of match-fixing at this stage, police said on Monday.
ONE in seven Australian office workers has looked at online porn at work, and even more use office hours for online gambling, according to security company Websense.
RED WING, Minn. Minnesota’s 18 Indian casinos could become the last refuge for smokers if the Legislature approves a statewide smoking ban for bars and restaurants.
If you haven’t guessed by now, online poker is immensely popular. The UIGEA might have curbed some peoples’ enthusiasm to the skill game, but that doesn’t mean people aren’t still checking, raising and going …
DENVER (AP) - The state Senate has approved a bill that would expand the state’s new smoking ban to casinos, after amending the measure to give casinos a year to put it into effect.
INDIANAPOLIS - Some Senate Republicans said Monday they want to crack down on illegal video gambling machines statewide by stepping up enforcement and enacting stricter penalties.