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Illinois Gaming Bill Advances

January 6, 2011:

According to a report, on Wednesday, January 5 an Illinois House Executive Committee approved gaming expansion bill SB737 by a vote of 8-3. The legislation, if enacted, could bring expanded gaming to racetracks in the on

Vogel Back In The Fray For Rosecroft

January 6, 2011:

It was announced yesterday that Peter Angelos, owner of Major League Baseball's Baltimore Orioles, filed a bid for the bankrupt Rosecroft Raceway. It has been reported today that Mark Vogel, a name very familiar to on

Orioles Owner Angelos Bids On Rosecroft

January 5, 2011:

It has been reported that Peter Angelos, owner of Major League Baseball's Baltimore Orioles, is bidding to purchase Maryland's closed Rosecroft Raceway with a new push for expanded gaming at the five-eighths mile on

NJ Racing To Be Weaned Off $30M Payment?

December 8, 2010:

According to a report, an amendment to legislation in New Jersey would see the state racing industry weaned off the $30 million payment which it annually received from casino interests in order to not pursue expanded gaming on

IL Senate 'OKs' Track Slots

December 2, 2010:

The Illinois state Senate, by a 31-20 vote, yesterday approved a huge gambling expansion bill including slots at tracks and a casino in on

Upset Over Proposed Indian Casino

November 24, 2010:

Even though New York Governor David Paterson has touted Empire Resorts' proposed $100 million expansion of its gaming operations at Monticello Raceway, news earlier this week that an Indian casino has been proposed for the Catskills has gaming operators very on

Monticello Electronic Table Games Unveiled

November 10, 2010:

On Tuesday, November 9, Monticello Casino and Raceway began a new era in gaming with the installation of electronic table on

Maryland T-Bred Tracks To Be Saved?

November 9, 2010:

Maryland Jockey Club President Tom Chuckas went on the record as saying that Laurel Park would close and racing at Pimlico Racecourse would be drastically on

Expanded Gaming Talks Back On In NH?

November 8, 2010:

According to a report, discussions about the expansion of gaming in the State of New Hampshire could on

Maine Horsepeople Against Casino

October 29, 2010:

Even though the State of Maine's harness racing industry would be set to gain from the implementation of a proposed casino in Oxford County, horsepeople in the state are reportedly against the on

Nova Scotia: No Legalized Gaming Website

October 15, 2010:

As many Canadian provinces are opting to jump into the online gaming realm with both feet, Nova Scotia has announced that it will be taking the exact opposite on

NJ Gaming Landscape Thoroughly Examined

June 21, 2010:

An extensive piece in yesterday's edition of the Asbury Park Press delved right into the State of New Jersey's current gaming landscape. The article touched on the racetracks' position, Atlantic City's position, and the reality that if the right moves aren't made soon, both could be on

Last Viable Summer For Illinois Tracks?

June 17, 2010:

According to Maywood Park President Duke Johnston, if legislation in Illinois fails to lead to the implementation of expanded gaming options for state racetrack, Maywood could be the first Illinois raceway to close its on

Ehrlich Fires Shot Over Rosecroft Closure

June 17, 2010:

In the wake of the announcement that Rosecroft Raceway will be closing July 1, former Maryland Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. has fired a shot in regard to the way the state has handled the issue of expanded gambling within its on

D'Allesandro Confident Bill Will Pass

May 11, 2010:

It has been reported that a new scaled down gambling bill will be introduced in the New Hampshire Senate this week in which the state's Lottery Commission to license four locations which would house slot on

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