Judge removes himself from Hollywood Casino Jamul liquor license case

Judge removes himself from Hollywood Casino Jamul liquor license case

The Hollywood Casino Jamul has been fighting for some time to gain approval for a permanent casino liquor license. Since fall of last year, opponents of the gaming venue have claimed that due to safety issues the casino should not...
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Pennsylvania Senator summons casino officials to Harrisburg Jan. 3

Pennsylvania Senator summons casino officials to Harrisburg Jan. 3

Sen. Kim Ward, R-Westmoreland, has called on officials from Pennsylvania’s 12 gambling concerns to meet in the Capital soon after the holidays. The senator says changes are needed in the state’s gambling laws and she plans to tackle the problem...
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Lawsuit being drafted by Florida Speaker of the House against Florida Lottery

Lawsuit being drafted by Florida Speaker of the House against Florida Lottery

A contract agreement between the Florida Lottery and IGT Global Solutions Corporation is a point of contention to be noted in a lawsuit currently being drafted by the Florida Speaker of the House, Richard Corcoran. The House will be filing...
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Macau appeals court rules against VIP junket operator

Macau appeals court rules against VIP junket operator

In Macau, an appeals court has ruled as illegal an investment scheme offered by a local junket firm while additionally ordering operator Cheong Wai Leng to repay around $322,252 in cash with interest. According to a report from television and...
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Betfred agrees settlement for anti-money laundering failures

Betfred agrees settlement for anti-money laundering failures

British bookmaker Betfred has reached a settlement with the Gambling Commission regulator that will see it pay a fine of over $1.15 million for failing to observe proper anti-money laundering procedures. Warrington-based Betfred was forced to undergo a review ...
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New Mexico state allowed to go after Pojoaque Pueblo vendors, judge rules

New Mexico state allowed to go after Pojoaque Pueblo vendors, judge rules

The Pojoaque Pueblo’s gaming operations have been dealt a serious blow by federal judge James Browning, who ruled that the state of New Mexico is free to take action against vendors working with the tribe’s gambling enterprises because the pueblo...
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US District Judge willing to hear arguments from Tohono O’odham Nation over Glendale casino compact

US District Judge willing to hear arguments from Tohono O’odham Nation over Glendale casino compact

The Tohono O’odham Nation wants to run full-fledged gaming operations at its Glendale casino but Arizona Gaming Director Daniel Bergin is not willing to issue the tribe a Class III gambling license that would allow the casino to operate table...
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January 13 marks turning point or possible end of New Jersey sportsbetting fight

January 13 marks turning point or possible end of New Jersey sportsbetting fight

The United States Supreme Court is scheduled to hold conference on New Jersey‘s fight to have their sports betting case heard on January 13. If at least four of the current eight justices decide to hear the case, parties and...
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Rank Group (Grosvenors) gives up $1.47 million profits for lax money laundering efforts

Rank Group (Grosvenors) gives up $1.47 million profits for lax money laundering efforts

The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) recently completed an investigation into Grosvenor Casinos’ (Rank Group) anti-money laundering policies and found them to be weak. The broader investigation was spurred by looking into a single customer, Mr Da Feng Ding ...
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Breaking: Arkansas Supreme Court kills casino amendment: Updated

Breaking: Arkansas Supreme Court kills casino amendment: Updated

Included in a flurry of decisions today the Arkansas Supreme Court decided that citizens of the state will not get to decide whether to legalize three new casinos. Apparently, the ballot referendum didn’t fail due to well-known challenges or an...
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Dog and horse tracks back group who want to block casinos in three Arkansas counties

Dog and horse tracks back group who want to block casinos in three Arkansas counties

Three companies in Arkansas want to open out casinos in Washington, Boone, and Miller counties and are backed by a group called Arkansas Wins in 2016. Together they are pushing for a constitutional amendment that would allow them to develop...
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