2007 March 29 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
TALLAHASSEE When state voters agreed to let the slots roll in South Florida, they were promised that taxes raised from the machines would go to benefit education.
Gambling supporters Thursday were stunned by their success, opponents licked their wounds, and the prospect of playing video slot machines at racetracks and new destination casinos in Kansas seemed a possibility.
Wyandotte County officials have been busy making moves to get a new casino, KMBC’s Micheal Mahoney reported.
Could casinos be the answer to Florida’s property tax problems? One Florida lawmaker thinks Las Vegas style gaming could help provide property tax relief, as well as funding for affordable housing.
Dubai: Two Afghans have been acquitted of the premeditated murder of a 67-year-old Pakistani due to insufficient evidence.
How serious do you have to be to be in this game? Well, apparently, you have to be ruthless enough to check-raise your own Grandma.
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Temple B’nai Shalom Men’s Club will hold a Bingo Night at 8 p.m. on April 21 at the temple, Fern and Old Stage roads, East Brunswick. The event will feature pizza, soda, wine, beer, coffee, tea, desserts and a martini bar. Individuals must be age 18 or older to attend.
Friday the State House stayed up until the early hours debating for 12 hours over the expanded gambling bill. When they dust settled they gave the thumbs up.