2009 March 22 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
A restauranteur is headed for a photo finish in trying to get an off-track betting room operating in time for the Kentucky Derby.
In the age of TARP, TALF and other acronyms, government action is the market wild card. For this weeks government intervention, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is expected to announce details of Treasuries plan to purchase toxic assets. And one way or another, the markets will be on the move.
TRURO Students at the local Nova Scotia Community College will participate in an interactive problem gambling awareness program this week.
Several groups that hold bingo games to raise money for their charitable causes are bitter about a proposed state law that would limit electronic bingo in seven Alabama counties.
Resolution could come as early as Tuesday in the contentious debate over a 5 percent tax break that Greektown Casino Hotel management is eagerly awaiting.
A casino wasn’t obligated to protect a problem gambler who lost $125,000 in a single night, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled.
CEDAR RAPIDS (AP) - Some early proponents of Iowa’s formerly family-friendly riverboat casinos now say they couldn’t have imagined the Vegas-style turn the casinos took.
GAMBLING on the pokies is like having an illicit love affair - only it’s with a machine rather than a person, says reformed addict Vanna Menegon.
Several groups that hold bingo games to raise money for their charitable causes are bitter about a proposed state law that would limit electronic bingo to 10 multimillion-dollar electronic bingo halls in seven Alabama counties.