Texas lawmakers are revisiting the possibility of placing slots at race tracks and licensing resort casinos, as gambling revenue is desperately needed for a state budget fix.
Author / Virginia Maddox
New Jersey legislators are crafting a bill to allow casinos licensed in Atlantic City to operate online casino gambling in the state.
The Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina say they won’t open casinos if given federal recognition, and the tribe fired a gambling consulting firm to prove its statements.
A North Carolina Indian tribe seeking recognition from the federal government may find its cause blocked as a promise to forgo gaming privileges seems tested by the hiring of a gambling consulting firm as lobbyists.
Under pressure from regulators, MGM Mirage will sell its share of the Borgata Casino in order to retain its relationship in Macau with Pansy Ho, daughter of gambling magnate Stanley Ho.
The Las Vegas Sands casino empire is shifting its revenue base to Macau as the gambling region dominated Las Vegas income by about four to one.
Gambling on horse races at local bars is Nebraska’s initial step toward the convenience of online gambling, as lawmakers look to raise revenue by easing the difficulty in placing horse racing bets.
A California family therapist says increased exposure to gambling availability is causing more problem gambling, but his only evidence is anecdotal, while scientific research indicates otherwise.
Greek online gambling giant Intralot is increasing US exposure by buying US gaming interests and operating lotteries.
Gambling and lottery winnings in Canada are in practice larger than equal rewards in the US, as Canada recognizes that a tax on profits means money won has already been taxed once.
Harrah’s is making a deal to expand its casino gambling brand into Eastern Europe, making that area of the world one of the fastest-growing for gaming.
Warner Brothers music acts are the latest to lend their names and images to lottery gambling, as the California Lottery releases new scratch-offs.
Operators of Delaware’s three casinos are trying to make the best of a bad situation after a court ruling left the state’s sports betting plan stripped of most of its options.
Arkansas is eager to begin its state lottery, but has failed to address demands in the law legalizing the lottery requiring problem gambling treatment and education.
Atlantic City casino operators are telling the state revenues could be improved if the government would just advertise for them.
A leader of the cause to open Bahamian casinos and licensed gambling to residents of the country says religious groups fighting him ignore the illegal spread of gaming.
A study shows that lottery gambling is disproportionately supported by poor and minorities, but foes of casino gambling are relatively silent.