2007 June 08 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Jack didn’t need a casino to become a gambling addict. He only had to use a telephone. In his 50s, Jack, a Shawnee County probation officer, was trying to make $50,000 to secure his retirement. And after having some success at the casinos on the American Indian reservations in northern Kansas for a couple of years, he was up by $35,000. But he began betting on sports events, first with a …
With state-approved charitable bingo still about two months away, Lonokes Eagle-Lilly American Legion Post 200 apparently could not wait for the regulations to be written and has gone ahead with games after being closed down six years ago.
“In the beginning, we will see some people studying them”Read the rest »
Antigua has threatened to act against U.S. trademarks, copyrights and intellectual property rights, in response to the U.S. position in the World Trade Organization dispute regarding internet gambling. via Hotels
The Moorpark Active Adult Center and the Moorpark Senior Citizens Inc. will sponsor a Bingo Bash fundraiser from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Sat., June 16 at the Moorpark Civic Center, 799 Moorpark Ave. The big jackpot will be $250.
COLUSA, Calif. ( Map , News ) - The Indian tribe that owns the Colusa Casino Resort is suing state gambling regulators in federal court over the definition of a gambling machine.
The Arkansas Department of Finance & Administration has adopted the final rules for licensing and governing charitable bingo and raffles in the state.
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Rules regulating bingo games in Arkansas are now in place, giving nonprofit and taxexempt organizations the legal green light to start calling out I23 and B6 by the end of next month. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Northwest Edition)