2009 April 25 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Just barely in his 20s Jim Stern was a cocky, confident newspaper reporter with what could have been a bright future. But an obsession with online gambling changed all that.
Under the plan, residents of cities, villages and neighborhoods would decide whether they want the table-top games at their corner bars in precinct-by-precinct votes — the same process used to determine where Sunday liquor sales are allowed in Ohio.
HAMILTON, Ontario, April 25 (UPI) — A Canadian woman who stole from her employer to feed a gambling habit has sued two casinos and the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp.
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A full house in poker will go a long way in supporting the fight against cancer.
The failed attempt on the life of Radio Mindanao Network anchorman Nilo Labares last month has put the spotlight on the operations of a gambling syndicate here.
Earl Grinols, an economics professor who has studied the social costs of gambling, freely admits that most people wouldn #8217;t become problem gamblers if a casino opens in Fort Wayne.
(Apr 25, 2009) - A Dundas woman who embezzled more than $7 million from her former employer to feed a gambling addiction has launched a $10-million lawsuit against the province and two Niagara casinos.
Earl Grinols, an economics professor who has studied the social costs of gambling, freely admits that most people wouldn’t become problem gamblers if a casino opens in Fort Wayne. But a small percentage will become #8220;problem #8221; or #8220;pathological #8221; gamblers, and the costs they suffer are so great that all of us will pay the price.