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Empire Resorts Suing Concord Associates

February 1, 2011:

It has been reported that Empire Resorts, the owner of Monticello Raceway, is suing its former business partner, Concord Associates, which is headed on

DeLeo Still Fighting For Mass. Slots

February 1, 2011:

If anyone thought Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo had given up on slots at Plainridge Racecourse and Suffolk Downs, he straightened them out on

Gov. Christie Vetoes OTW Bill; NJSEA Looking To Unload Monmouth

February 1, 2011:

On Monday, January 31, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed a pair of bills into law which have made Exchange Wagering legal in the state. He also conditionally vetoed a bill regarding off-track wagering on

MD Slot Revenue To Offset Track Overhead?

January 28, 2011:

The office of Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley this week proposed legislation which would see proceeds from slots gaming funnelled to the Laurel and Pimlico racetracks for thoroughbreds in order to offset operating on

Appeals Court Upsets Cart

January 27, 2011:

An Illinois appellate court yesterday said the $31 billion capital improvement program voted in secretive fashion by the legislature two years ago was unconstitutional, violating the state’s on

Rosecroft - Two Days And Two Years

January 26, 2011:

In two days, prospective owners of the bankrupt Rosecroft Raceway will have the chance to outdo the stalking-horse bid of Baltimore Orioles owner Peter Angelos. If proposed legislation materializes, the track could also have racing and a racino in two on

'Racino Now, ' Dick Day Trumpet Minnesota Gaming Expansion To The Masses

January 25, 2011:

It is expected that several bills authorizing state-regulated racinos will be introduced in the coming weeks in the Minnesota Legislature, and 'Racino Now,' led by former state Senator Dick Day, is making its push to the on

High Level Hypocrisy

January 21, 2011:

The editorial board of the powerful Chicago Tribune held a two-hour interview with the city’s four mayoral candidates this week, fawning over their enlightened intelligence. on

Pretlow Vs. Tribe, Schumer

January 20, 2011:

Gary Pretlow, chairman of the New York Assembly’s Racing and Wagering Committee, is going head-to-head against powerful New York Senator Charles Schumer on the issue of the Wisconsin Stockbridge-Munsee band of on

Change Of Plans In NYS Racino Push

January 19, 2011:

It has been reported that Thomas C. Wilmot, Sr., the driving force behind the push to erect a new racino in New York State, has backed away from his desire to renovate on

Rosecroft Sale To Occur January 28

January 18, 2011:

It has been reported that on Tuesday, January 18 a bankruptcy judge gave the green light for the sale of Rosecroft Raceway to take place on January on

A Bill For MD Table Games

January 18, 2011:

Kathy Klausmeier, a state senator in Maryland, doesn’t fool around wasting on

Not A Good Sign In Boston

January 18, 2011:

Deval Patrick, the re-elected governor of Massachusetts, did not send a thrill through backers of track slots Sunday, when he appeared in an interview on on

Lang Explains Not Submitting ILL. Gaming Bill

January 17, 2011:

Illinois Harness Horsemen's Association President Dave McCaffrey sounded off last week after the Illinois House didn't call for a vote on the gaming expansion bill to install slot machines at the state's racetracks. Now, House sponsor Representative Lou Lang has commented on not submitting the on

Pennsylvania Governor Rendell Spars With 60 Minutes Interviewer Over Gaming

January 7, 2011:

In a segment scheduled to run during the Sunday, January 9 episode of '60 Minutes' on CBS, interviewer Lesley Stahl and outgoing Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell passionately spar over the topic of casino on

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