2011 November 07 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Pakistan’s secreted nuclear ‘jewels’ has hugely burdened the economy as billions of dollars of scarce resources were being expended on modernising and upgrading atomic warheads and delivery systems by the megalomaniacal and paranoid military, says Rahul Bedi Despite holding a weak hand in the world’s most unsettled and war-torn region, Pakistan’s … (more)
The Internet Industry Association (IIA) has cautioned against placing the onus of protecting problem gamblers on internet service providers, instead arguing that problem gambling must be managed at the point of service access.
Package contains some of Quinn’s requested reforms but still includes slot machines at horse tracks The latest gambling package emerging at the Capitol meets Gov. Pat Quinn’s requirement to be smaller and would give him some — but not all — of the reforms he’s seeking in return for signing off.
SPRINGFIELD - Illinois lawmakers could vote on a revamped gambling expansion proposal as early as this week, despite concerns Gov. Pat Quinn will use his veto pen to strike down the plan.
A former Denver Post sports reporter and columnist is among those who frequented a Colorado-based sports betting operation, according to recently publicized search warrants. The grand jury indictment revealed that several high-profile Denv…
To most online poker players, winning any tournament is quite the accomplishment.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Another powerful business group announces its opposition to bringing large resort casinos to Florida.
Slot machines at racetracks and new casinos, changes in public pensions and more are on tap as state lawmakers meet for their last days in session this year.
Independent Senator Nick Xenophon says gambling venues are putting change machines next to poker machines to circumvent South Australian laws banning poker machines that accept notes.