2009 April 29 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Overseas-based gambling operators face having to pay millions of pounds in levies to support horseracing and research into gambling addiction, under new regulations being considered by ministers.
Florida may gamble on casinos for revenue: Could bring about $1.1 billion into state coffers in the next two years Apr.
Slots and blackjack in Palm Beach County are suddenly at play in negotiations between the Senate and House over new gambling rules for the state.
The House and Senate took a step closer to a deal on a proposed Seminole Indian gambling agreement.
Task force will include governing bodies and bookmakers Sports minister says betting corruption is ‘threatening sport’ The government is close to finalising a high-level task force to discuss pressing issues around sport and gambling, in the wake of a string of allegations of cheating and corruption. The sports minister, Gerry Sutcliffe, plans to recruit senior figures from sports governing …
Here we go again Minnesota officials have ordered 11 internet service providers to block all computers in the state from accessing nearly 200 online gambling sites. Whitepaper - Thinking beyond tap
ANNAPOLIS Four developers have submitted floor plans and other new details bolstering their bids to build four slot machine parlors in Maryland, and state officials said the supplemental proposals appear to comply with state regulations.
A prominent Nebraska philanthropist has been indicted on felony theft and bad check charges for failing to repay more than $14 million in gambling debts to Las Vegas casinos.
I want to congratulate the recent writer to your editorial page on living 76 years and never encountering someone who is addicted to gambling. As a result of his life experiences he goes on to infer this activity as being something good and wholesome.