2008 April 19 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
HARRISBURG (AP) Most homeowners in Pennsylvania could get an average $169 reduction on their next school property tax bill as the state begins to distribute its take from slot-machine gambling in casinos.
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The expansion of Indian gambling over the past decade wasn’t supposed to benefit just the 11 percent of California Indians who are officially enrolled in tribes, according to critics who recall old campaign promises used to woo voters. It was meant, some…
In a perfect world, the new $300 million Agua Caliente Casino Resort and Spa in Rancho Mirage would have opened for business during a robust economy, with confident consumers throwing discretionary income to a bartender, a slot machine or a masseuse.
Like many tracks around the nation, Fonner Park has struggled the last two decades because of an aging fan base and competition for the entertainment and gambling dollar.
EUGENE (AP) A 31-year-old Eugene man said he and his fiancee got an early wedding present this week $856,000 from a slot machine.
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A portion of the money raised by the Australian humanitarian group Just Enough Faith was spent on gambling efforts, the Sydney Daily Telegraph reported.
Two men who used counterfeit money to steal money from seven California Indian casinos were sentenced to state prison Friday.