2008 February 18 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
A Harvard Medical School research study has challenged the medical professions accepted view of compulsive gambling as a progressive and incurable disorder.
Authorities in Gaston County are cracking down on illegal gambling.
JEFFERSON CITY | Missouri lawmakers on Monday renewed the debate over casino loss limits, a subject that generated lots of action but no payoff in the legislature last year.
DEMING, N.M.A plan by an Oklahoma tribe for a casino on tribal trust land near Deming would not require federal or state approval if the tribe offers only Class 2 gambling.
The battle to be first to bring casino gambling to Ohio or Kentucky heated up considerably Monday. An organization called MyOhioNow.com opened a kiosk at Tri-County Mall to get signatures on petitions to let Ohio voters decide whether to build a $600 million casino/resort in Clinton County.
MOSES LAKE - Following a divided vote, Moses Lake City Council is upholding the current 2.5 percent gambling tax on punchboards and pull tabs.
Cherryville and Gastonia police are investigating three illegal gambling operations in Gastonia and Cherryville. Two in Gastonia are on West Franklin Boulevard. A third is being investigated in Cherryville. No address has been released on the Cherryville business.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — An old contentious issue gambling may resurface in the Alabama Legislature as a way to pay for medical services for the poor and elderly.
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