A football star from down under has gone public with his difficulty in controlling his online gambling and horse race wagering, saying he needs counseling.
Month / April 2010
Macau’s reborn gambling explosion has casino operators such as Wynn rejoicing, even as Las Vegas recovers more tentatively.
A newspaper columnist in Florida reminds readers that the Seminole casino gambling compact relies on the Seminoles to honor their part of the deal, something that has not recently been the case.
The potential move of the Wynn Resorts casino headquarters from Las Vegas to Macau may cement the Asian gambling region as the world’s gaming capitol.
Online casino operators in Australia are resisting the high taxes they pay to subsidize horse racing down under.
New York’s police commissioner noted that illegal sports betting is harmful, proving a need for regulate sports gambling.
After a year of delay, the Barney Frank proposal to regulate Internet gambling will get a Congressional committee hearing.
The new compact between Florida and the Seminole Tribe specifies that minimum payments to the state made be voided if online casinos are regulated with a resulting drop in tribal revenue.
Evangelical site criticizes Florida casino gambling plan devised by bipartisan effort.
New Jersey lawmakers refuse to buy into the NFL’s fantasy world in which sports betting is non-existent, as they note the gambling is already occurring, only without taxation or benefit to the state.