2012 April 14 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Online poker took the internet by storm in 1998. Poker players could suddenly play poker with players from all over the world from their favorite chair.
The Poker Players Alliance on Friday reminded poker players that its lobbying campaign to organize gamblers is running out of time as the one-year anniversary of Black Friday’s seizure of several of the most popular online poker sites approaches.
The debate now raging in Toronto city council divided Quebec nearly 20 years ago. But Montreal gambled on a downtown casino and, it seems, has won some and lost some.
New Jersey’s Internet gambling bill is scheduled to go up for a vote in the New Jersey Senate on May 31, later than sponsor Raymond Lesniak had hoped.
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The Washington DC publication Politico reports that Republican Party leaders have chosen Google and YouTube as the “Official Social Platform and Live Stream Provider” of […]Read the rest »
Local media in New Jersey is reporting that state Senators Ray Lesniak and Jim Whelan expect to see their online gambling legalisation bill before the […]Read the rest »
After a two-month undercover investigation that included theft investigators from Walgreens and CVS drug stores and Kroger and Food Lion grocery stores, police conducted a series raids this week at stores, a towing company and an apartment.
Before Grand Rapids can even think about welcoming a casino, residents have questions. And they need assurances.