2007 April 02 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
INDIANAPOLIS A Senate committee approved a proposal Monday that supporters say would crack down on illegal gambling statewide by stepping up enforcement and enacting stricter penalties.
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WHAT: The Senate Rules Committee voted 12-0 Monday for a proposal that would step up enforcement and enact stricter penalties for illegal gambling.
When the Colorado Legislature passed a statewide smoking ban last year, it removed the hodgepodge of municipal bans that left businesses at risk to competitors that sometimes were just down the street.
Staff Report The 2007 Kentucky gubernatorial candidates’ feelings about legalizing casino gambling range from enthusiastic to dead set against and the rift is largely along party lines.
INDIANAPOLIS - A Senate committee approved a proposal Monday that supporters say would crack down on illegal gambling statewide by stepping up enforcement and enacting stricter penalties.
Magna Entertainment Corp. - For many years, MEC, as North America’s largest owner and operator of horse racetracks, based on revenue, has observed the failing business model for horse racing in New York State, including the difficult relationship between the racetracks and the off-track betting networks operating in the State.
Florida is a four-and-a-half to five point favorite to defeat Ohio State at Northern Nevada sports books. “We are real balanced,” Steve Mikkelson, sports book director at Reno’s Grand Sierra Resort and Casino, said of betting on Ohio State and Florida. “You have people who like Florida because they are the best team in the country.” That means a bet on Florida. “You have people who don’t want to …
Ameristar Casinos, Inc. today announced that Ray H. Neilsen has been promoted to corporate Senior Vice President.