2012 March 18 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
SOUTH Australia’s peak social services group has called for funding to employ an anti-pokies campaigner to combat the cashed-up hotels industry.
Grand River Raceway is bracing for change. It just doesn’t know what those changes will be.
Oklahoma is not among the states where casinos release data publicly on how much money is paid in slot machine jackpots, according to a published report.
PITTSBURGH — More than four years after casinos began operating in Western Pennsylvania, counties throughout the region have begun localized efforts to call attention to potential gambling addiction problems.
Valley Forge Casino Resort, located in the former Valley Forge Convention Center in Upper Merion, will officially open its doors at midnight on March 31, following two invitation-only test nights, on March 27 and 29, to benefit Upper Merion Township Foundation.
Nebraska measures that seek to loosen state gambling restrictions fizzle in Legislatur
LINCOLN, Neb. - A push to loosen gambling restrictions has fizzled this year in the Legislature, despite claims that Nebraska could preserve jobs, generate much-needed revenue for counties and tap into the millions of dollars that are poured into South Dakota and Iowa casinos each year.
Kathy Gilroy of Villa Park faces a frustrating legislative world where the odds are against her.
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