2008 February 14 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Supporters of the Miracle League will be put their bingo daubers to good use Saturday, raising money for the Field of Dreams, a Little League baseball diamond and facilities especially designed for players with physical, mental and intellectual disabilities.
Dd. Bill Henard is pastor of Porter Memorial Baptist Church in Lexington and President of the Kentucky Baptist Convention. He spoke with Action News 36 about Governor Steve Beshear’s proposed gambling legislation unveiled at the State Capitol in Frankfort on Thursday. Dr. Henard says judging from Kentucky’s neighboring states that allow casino gambling ;he does not see the economic benefit. …
Surina Sayal | agencyfaqs! | Mumbai, February 15, 2008 At Buzz Power, an initiative organised by agencyfaqs! and Kingfisher at the ITC Grand Central in Mumbai on February 14, a case study on Bingo! Chips was presented by Hemant Malik, head of marketing, ITC Foods.
Gov. Steve Beshear is calling for 12 casinos to be built in communities across the state in a proposal that needs the approval of both lawmakers and Kentucky voters.
While a group in Ohio tries to get a gambling proposition on the state ballot, Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear is proposing casino gambling for that state, saying it could accommodate up to 12 casinos.
COLUMBIA - Gambling for charity, in church of all places, would be legal in South Carolina under a bill that was approved by a Senate panel today. The legislation would let churches and other nonprofit groups host card and other casino games to raise money, exempting them from South Carolina’s 200-year-old law that prohibits dice and card games.
Four participants in an illegal video poker operation could lower their prison sentences if they continue to cooperate with federal investigators. via StarNewsOnline.com
(WHAS11) — Governor Steve Beshears plan to allow casinos and gambling in Kentucky is opposed by many lawmakers. However, its a popular idea for gamblers in Louisville, especially senior citizens who dont like driving to southern Indiana to have some fun.
Update: It would cost Turfway Park in Florence $75 million to get a casino license under a far-ranging casino gambling plan unveiled today by Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear. Two of the casinos would be in Northern Kentucky.