2007 April 27 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
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RENO Holder Hospitality Group is putting 13 Nevada casinos up for sale, including ones in Sparks, Gardnerville, Elko and Hawthorne, group founder and chairman Harold Holder said Friday.
INDIANAPOLIS Key lawmakers said Friday that a draft compromise would allow Indiana’s two horse racing tracks to each pay a $250 million fee to install up to 2,000 slot machines.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Less than 10 days before the worlds most famous thoroughbred race, Oklahoma casinos owned by American Indian tribes learned they would have their simulcast signal from Churchill Downs blocked, meaning they might not be able to take bets on the Kentucky Derby.
Indian tribes are raising their bids in an attempt to win permission to expand their casinos, but key lawmakers warned this week that it isn’t a sure bet.
The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe yesterday took a big step forward in its bid to open the Bay State’s first casino, with a deal for a large tract of land in Southeastern Massachusetts. An attorney for…
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The ban on Internet gambling enacted last fall would be overturned under legislation proposed Thursday by a senior House Democrat, but the bill faces long odds in Congress.
A planned vote in Philadelphia on where slot-machine casinos can build has no business being challenged in the state’s highest court, lawyers for Philadelphia City Council said Friday.