2008 September 10 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
ANNAPOLIS A proposed ballot question on slot machines is misleading because it suggests that slots revenue will only be used for education, a three-judge panel ruled Wednesday. But slots opponents said the judges proposed remedy adding a single word to the ballot language did not go far enough, and they planned to appeal to Marylands highest court.
Pleasant Hill now requires annual permit renewal and notification of revoked tax-exempt status
Birmingham Mayor Larry Langford continues to press his case in bringing electronic bingo back to the city.
ANNAPOLIS A proposed ballot question on slot machines is misleading because it suggests that slots revenue will only be used for education, a three-judge panel ruled Wednesday.
The game doesn?t end after the fourth quarter what fans want to know about money, business and betting.
Churchill Downs Inc. and the Florida Thoroughbred Breeders and Owners Association announced on Sept. 10 that they have reached an agreement on a contract for future slot machine revenue at CDI-owned Calder Race Course.
A three-judge panel has ruled that a proposed ballot question on slot machines is misleading, but the judges said adding a single word to the question would clear up the problem. Slots opponents say Wednesday’s ruling did not go far enough. They plan to appeal to the state’s highest court.
Churchill Downs Inc. said that it has reached agreement with the Florida Thoroughbred Breeders’ and Owners’ Association on a slot-machine contract at Calder Race Course.
An attorney for slot machine opponents told a three-judge panel Wednesday that a proposed ballot question on slots is intentionally misleading and amounts to “a legislative bait-and-switch.”