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Delaware Tries High Court

January 28, 2010:

The state of Delaware has filed a 106-page appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, contending that a lower court overstepped its authority by limiting sports betting in the state...read on

Georgian Gaming Referendum Possible

January 27, 2010:

According to a report, a referendum may be taking place in Georgia during the November general election to see whether gambling is to be expanded in the state...read on

House Approves Delaware Games

January 22, 2010:

Table games for Delaware's two standardbred racetracks, Dover Downs and Harrington Raceway, are halfway home to state approval...read on

Public To Learn Of Rockingham Plan

January 22, 2010:

A few months ago, officials from Millennium Gaming wined and dined New Hampshire state representatives while unveiling their plans for expanded racino gaming. Now some of those state reps are making sure the public...read on

Del. Table Gaming Bills Move Forward

January 21, 2010:

Legislation which could lead to the legalization of table gaming at Delaware Park, Dover Downs and the Harrington Raceway and Casino in the state of Delaware passed through two legislative committees on Wednesday, January 20...read on

Gaming 'Terminals' Coming To NJ Tracks?

January 19, 2010:

According to a report, a proposed bill sponsored by New Jersey state senator Raymond Lesniak would allow Atlantic City's casinos to offer internet wagering...read on

Rendell Signs Table Gaming Legislation

January 11, 2010:

Pennsylvania governor Ed Rendell has reluctantly signed legislation for the legalization of table games in the state, according to a report by Harness Tracks of America...read on

Mass. Big Factor For New Hampshire

December 2, 2009:

According to a report compiled by New Hampshire Center for Public Policy executive director Steve Norton, there are two key variables in determining how successful a casino or racino would be in New Hampshire...read on

Ford Confident In Casino For Woodbine Live!

December 1, 2009:

With the provincial liberal government's recent appointment of progressive conservative Paul Godfrey as chairman of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp., Toronto councillor Rob Ford (Ward 2, Etobicoke North) has let it be known what he thinks the move...read on

Albertans Gamble Less, But Still More

November 25, 2009:

Although the province of Alberta saw individuals gambling less in the last fiscal year, an article by the Calgary Herald states that people within the province gamble much more than those in all other provinces...read on

Millennium Officials Talk Expansion

November 19, 2009:

While explaining their proposed plans for expanding gambling in the state, officials from Millennium Gaming wined and dined local politicians last night at New Hampshire's Exeter Inn during an invitation-only get together...read on

Millennium Gaming To Meet With State Reps

November 18, 2009:

A meeting will be taking place tonight between members of Millennium Gaming representatives, state senator Maggie Hassan and New Hampshire state reps in regard to the expansion of gambling within the state...read on

Corzine To Join Sports Wagering Fight

November 3, 2009:

A United States federal judge has ruled that New Jersey governor Jon Corzine can join a suit which could possibly lead to the legalization of sports wagering in the state...read on

States Pressuring Each Other To Expand Gambling

October 27, 2009:

According to a report on fosters.com, a push for expanded gambling in the state of Massachusetts could result in the issue being expedited and strongly considered in the neighboring state of New Hampshire...read on

Appeals Court Rules Against Delaware

August 31, 2009:

A federal appeals court in the United States today ruled that the state of Delaware can only offer parlay-style wagering on National Football League games, not the single-game wagering that the state was looking to operate...read on


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