2007 May 10 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
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From multimillion-dollar TV ad buys to concert tickets and campaign cash, wealthy gaming tribes, labor unions and others are pressing their case as Sacramento gears up for a fight over the tribes’ bid for more slot machines.
Governor Barbour says his opinion about gaming has not changed. He’s very appreciative of everything the industry has done to help the state get back on its feet. But he’s not about to let casinos move into counties where they’re not legal.
Biloxi mayor A.J. Holloway still thinks as many as 20 casinos will eventually operate in his city. Holloway was on a Southern Gaming Summit panel to gave a status report on how his city’s casino industry has fared since Katarina.
“Reservation shopping” may be a thing of the past, if officials follow through on plans to revise federal policies for Indian tribes looking to build off-reservation casinos.
PEORIA — Some state legislators say riverboat casinos should be exempt from the state-wide smoking ban that is expected to be signed into law by the governor.
A city-county casino task force on Wednesday received a briefing on new legislation that will expand gambling in Kansas.