2008 August 22 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Instead of a single casino that generates $240 million for Ohio counties, the gambling measure on the November ballot could lead to three casinos that pay no state and local taxes, opponents of the measure said yesterday.
SugarHouse Casino won a major decision from Pennsylvania’s highest court
LAPEL Gambling at Hoosier Park may be controversial, but dollars slipped into slot machines could translate into job training and art programs for kids.
SugarHouse Casino won a major decision from Pennsylvania’s highest court, which said Friday that Philadelphia’s mayor cannot revoke a license to build on submerged riverfront lands that his predecessor legally granted.
While Foxwood Casino may be willing to reconsider its planned waterfront site, significant obstacles remain to moving the slots parlor elsewhere in city.
PETALING JAYA: Casinos may be hit with a higher tax structure than numbers forecast operators (NFOs) under the gaming sector tax structure to be announced in Budget 2009 next week.
Shortly after the Racing Post, bearing the headline “All Systems Go”, appeared under the door of my hotel room last Tuesday morning a “ticker” on Sky Sports revealed that the first day of York’s Ebor meeting had been abandoned. The sinking feeling spilt over from the waterlogged course. But the weirdest legacy of the washout was slinking home with an intact betting wedge, un-lost money as it …
A judge Friday morning refused to dismiss a case against five holdout poker players charged more than two years ago in a gambling raid.
The votes are in and decisions made regarding two state-owned and operated casinos. One Topeka developer cashed in.