2010 March 05 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Cleveland’s casino will be a $600 million investment, says a representative of Dan Gilbert. But an architect who is an expert on casinos around the world questions the proposed sites.
Reverend Jesse Jackson joined hundreds of people to protest the governor’s closing of a local bingo hall. But, this rally also brought out people who don’t want electronic gambling in Fairfield period. “J-E-S-U-S! J-E-S-U-S!” Lorraine Adams yelled above the crowd. She says gambling is against the Bible. Lisa Ward, disagrees with Adams saying religion has nothing to do with electronic gambling …
Outlook: Sports have always had an ambivalent relationship with betting not least because they don’t make much money out of it.
Alabama’s largest casino reopened Friday, shortly after a judge ruled that the governor’s anti-gambling task force could not raid the gambling hall or seize any of its 6,400 electronic bingo…
Posted by: Melissa Johnson - bio | email Dothan, AL (WSFA) Despite Victoryland’s re-opening, other gaming facilities in the state remain closed, including Country Crossing. While the two bingo operations
DEARBORN HEIGHTS — Two defendants entered guilty pleas as part of an ongoing investigation into large-scale sports gambling in the metropolitan Detroit area, United States Attorney Barbara L. McQuade announced Tuesday.
The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs and the province have announced a casino will be built on land owned by Swan Lake First Nation, near Spruce Woods Provincial Park.
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Senator Clouse says there is still time for bingo legislation to pass.