2009 April 07 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
COLUMBUS Backers of expanded gambling now are placing their bets on at least three separate proposals for Ohio.
Jacques Lemaire calls it gambling. Marek Zidlicky isn’t so sure. It’s just the way the blue liner plays hockey.
PROSECUTION AGREEMENT WITH U.S. AND WILL FORFEIT $105 MILLION LEV L. DASSIN, the Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced today that the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York has entered into a Non-Prosecution Agreement with PartyGaming PLC , an Internet gambling company …
The extent to which gaming officials are responsible for keeping gambling addicts out of casinos is at the heart of an eye-popping $3.5-billion lawsuit filed in Ontario by a man who blew through hundreds of thousands of dollars on slot machines.
The Maryland Senate has approved legislation to increase the amount of slot machine money to be allocated to horse racing purses.
Legislation increases amount of slots money to be allocated to horse racing purses
Governor’s proposal, minus new casinos, headed for further negotiations with gaming execs.
DOVER, Del. (AP) A state House committee has voted to release a bill that would reauthorize sports gambling in Delaware.
A weak report on Nevada casino revenue reverses the group’s momentum.