2009 May 09 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The Chesapeake Beach Town Council is considering raising a tax related to instant bingo machines by next fiscal year.
Massachusetts can - for now - only dream of raking in the kind of cash coming from slot machine tax revenues in Pennsylvania. Since the first slot machine casino opened there in 2006, the Keystone State took in $2 billion in taxes and casino license fees through the end of last year.
Surely you’ve seen those Bingo cards for hipsters, and Blipsters. I always wondered why there wasn’t one for New York’s Blog-media. Now there is! Carls from HRO bailed on me. Feeling a little…
DOVER , Del. - Sports betting could soon be coming to Delaware. Working late into the night and early morning, lawmakers in the state House of Representatives passed a sports betting bill.
Nevada casinos had another bad month in March, winning $918.2 million for an 11.6 percent decrease, but regulators said today the slump is well below the average for the past several months.
The author of Texas’ Poker Gaming Act of 2009 is quoted as saying he doubts that his bill will see the light of day this session.
FREMONT — Police raided a city business after receiving reports of illegal gambling activity going on in the facility.
A new poll shows that Ohioans favor legalizing casino gambling in the state, but those results don’t mean voters will pass a possible November ballot issue allowing casinos in Ohio’s four largest cities.
ALBANY — Buffalo’s Delaware North Cos., which recently saw its plan to develop a major downstate casino buckle with the recession, submitted a new bid Friday to the Paterson administration for a sprawling new casino at Aqueduct racetrack in Queens.