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Gov. Lynch Flip-Flopping In NH?

July 7, 2010:

A group against the expansion of gaming in the state of New Hampshire is up in arms after it has taken Governor John Lynch discussing the possibility of casino as a flip-flop on his stance of being against more gaming in the on

Gural Goes For The Games

June 29, 2010:

With the bilateral support of the chairman of the Senate Racing, Gaming and Wagering committee, Democrat Eric Adams, and Republican senator Thomas on

New Pro-Racino Committee Set Up In Minn

June 25, 2010:

It has been reported that supporters of the racino movement in Minnesota have set up a new political action 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

Never-Ending Play In NH

June 8, 2010:

The legislative dispute over gaming at tracks in New Hampshire, which seemingly is a drama without end, continues this week with a special session of the on

Strickland Re-Affirms Support For VLTs

June 7, 2010:

According to a report, Ohio Governor Ted Strickland met with a group of 400 standardbred and thoroughbred horsepeople on Sunday and said that he will do what he can on

Trouble In Mass Senate

June 3, 2010:

Hopes for slots at tracks in Massachusetts -- a roller coaster ride -- took a new dip yesterday with the announcement of a Senate plan to approve three casinos in the state, including one for an Indian tribe, but continue the ban on

Will Meadowlands' 2014 Super Bowl Affect Race Dates, Expanded Gaming?

June 2, 2010:

New Jersey recently found out that its bid to host the 2014 National Football League Super Bowl at the new Meadowlands Stadium was successful. Since the announcement, there has been talk that the event could affect race dates on

Del Gaming Expansion Bill On Hold

June 1, 2010:

It has been reported that last week Delaware Governor Jack Markell asked sponsors of a bill which would see more casinos in the state to hold the bill until on

NH Gaming Expansion Being Hashed Out?

May 28, 2010:

According to a report, legislative leaders in New Hampshire will today be continuing talks in regard to the possible expansion of casino gaming in the state. For two days the issue has stalled agreement on a plan on

Harrington's Table Gaming 'Soft Opening'

May 26, 2010:

Harrington Raceway this week became the first racino in Delaware to introduce table games. The facility did so with a 'soft opening' which featured lower bet limits from 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. until this on

Another Challenge For Rockingham

May 25, 2010:

Rockingham Park is facing a new challenge, this time from new rules governing budget negotiations in the New Hampshire on

Del. Tracks Fear Further Gaming Expansion

May 17, 2010:

According to a report, officials from existing racinos in the state of Delaware are against the prospect of more casino gaming being implemented in the on

An Offer One Can't Refuse?

May 14, 2010:

During a financial climate in which state budget deficits are more common than not, Minnesota thoroughbred racetrack Canterbury Park may have made the state government an offer it can't on

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