2008 April 20 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
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The far western suburb of Elburn could revoke the liquor license for Emma’s Pub and Cantina next week if police prove the two-year-old restaurant promoted large-scale gambling.
Pranee On-lamoon gazes anxiously at her newly planted rice paddy, hoping to cash in on a price rally that has so far eluded most growers.
Herschel Walker sat down on the set of Sports Zone Final ready to explain how he could have put a gun to his wife’s head and threaten to kill her.
Rhode Island lawmakers could vote this week to allow the state’s two slot parlors to operate around-the-clock on weekends and holidays. House lawmakers are scheduled to vote on the proposal Tuesday. The Senate plans to consider an identical bill the following day.
If there is a global credit crunch going on, no one told the gamblers in Macau who sent casino takings soaring in the first quarter. Still, not all casinos are benefiting equally.
Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer Taylor Branch says he is intent on eliminating slot machines in Maryland to protect “foolish” people.
BUDGE up, Grandma - there’s a new girl in town. The stereotypical image of old women with purple hair playing clickety-click in their slippers is fading. Scoring (off numbers) is an ever-growing trend among younger females.
ELLICOTT CITY People on both sides of Maryland’s slot machine debate sparred Friday over how much money the state stands to gain if voters decide to legalize slots in a November referendum.