2009 March 03 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Gambling machines rounded up and hauled off, so were some people. Now, one veteran’s group is speaking out on the busts. More
MOBILE, Ala. — Mobile County law enforcement agencies raided dozens of small businesses earlier today and confiscated alleged gambling machines….
There was a multiple agency illegal gambling raid Tuesday in Mobile.
Expanding legalized gambling is an old political controversy thats never found any legs on Beacon Hill, but a new proposal from State Treasurer Timothy Cahill is breathing new life into the gambling debate.
State Treasurer Timothy Cahill is proposing state-licensed slot machines as a way to give the Bay States ailing economy a badly needed boost.
(NECN: Alison King, Revere, Mass.) - The wheel of fortune takes another turn on Beacon Hill, with the focus today on slots. Massachusetts Treasurer Tim Cahill says slot machine parlors would generate billions in licensing money, and hundreds of millions in revenue. Governor Deval Patrick, whose proposal for resort casinos failed last year, says slots alone are not the answer to the state’s …
(NECN) - On the Braude Beat, President Obama talks specifics on the stimulus money, while the fed chairman gets grilled on Capitol Hill. And are slot machines the answer to Massachusetts budget problems? Newsnight host Jim Braude gives his take on these stories and more.
The South Dakota Senate has endorsed a plan to raise state revenue by increasing the Deadwood gambling tax and authorizing penny slot machines.
Regional casino operator Station Casinos Inc. said Tuesday that it’s not interested in a buyout offer from rival Boyd Gaming Corp., and instead extended its deadline to work through a plan to restructure its debt. Most of Station’s lenders and senior notes…