2011 September 26 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
I KNOW Eddie McGuire and I like him. He has fine social justice instincts. But Eddie - as well as all AFL presidents - needs to answer these questions since he is opposed to the Gillard/Wilkie reform of a pre-commitment card on the high-loss poker machines.
The Oregon Lottery launched a new problem gambling awareness campaign Monday with two new TV ads. The ads are part of the Oregon Lotterys ongoing program to provide information to Oregonians about the issues surrounding problem gambling and the help that is available throughout the state.
We hope you all had a great weekend, but it’s back to work for most of us, and we’re sure there’s going to be plenty to talk about this week.
September 26, 2011 - Ocean Isle Beach, NC - Paws-Ability’s First Annual Bicycle Poker Run, scheduled for Saturday, October 29, will benefit the animal shelters and rescue groups of Brunswick County.
Call it a personal class war: Texas Gov. Rick Perry is trying to draw sharp class lines with his chief GOP presidential rival, the well-heeled former Massachusetts Gov.
A judge has delayed the sentencing of two of the people who pleaded guilty in Alabama’s gambling corruption case. U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson issued an order Monday postponing the sentencing of Country Crossing casino owner Ronnie Gilley from Nov. 15 to April 23.
The Massachusetts Senate has launched debate on a contentious casino gambling bill, but an actual vote may not happen until next week.
Robert Sciarrino/The Star-LedgerHorses are shown at the Meadowlands Racetrack in a file photo. A Senate committee heard testimony this morning from key industry leaders who want legislation legalizing sports betting in New Jersey. TRENTON — A Senate committee heard testimony…
What might have been … Ralph Bristow has gambled for most of his life on horses, greyhounds and poker machines.