2009 March 23 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
A lawmaker brought a lawsuit seeking to legalize gambling in all 50 states.
Maryland House Speaker Michael E. Busch moved yesterday to ban lobbyist-sponsored receptions on legislative property after a St. Patrick’s Day party was thrown last week by two horse-racing interests in the office suite of the House committee that writes slot-machine legislation.
COLUMBUS It’s back to step one for backers of a constitutional amendment to permit casinos in Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and Toledo.
A jury found Michael Stanislas guilty of attempted murder Saturday for robbing a poker game and shooting a V.I. National Park employee on St.
A GAMBLING addict stole over £40,000 from a Scottish university, a court heard yesterday.
AN AGENCY created to monitor suspicious gambling patterns and possible match-fixing in world football said yesterday that it has signed its first deal to work with a national
Folks in Great Falls are still spending millions of dollars on video gambling, but in a sign of the economic times, video gaming tax collection is down from a year ago in Montana.
Under a bill passed by a legislative committee, Connecticut’s two tribal casinos could face the loss of their state liquor permits if they don’t enter agreements with the governor to reduce secondhand smoke.
Owners of the fire-damaged Empress Casino in Joliet say they hope to reopen within 90 days.