Friday, May 25, 2018
In Oklahoma, the federal government is being sued by the Comanche Nation over a rival casino currently being built in the small town of Terral in Jefferson County on land situated less than two miles from the border with...
In Australia, last week reportedly saw a local Australian Capital Territory (ACT) politician propose legislation that could see Casino Canberra permitted to operate up to 200 slots as well as 60 fully-automated table games terminals. According to a report from...
In Michigan, online gambling legalization is one step closer to becoming a reality, again, as a new piece of legislation was introduced earlier in the week and a hearing regarding the measure took place on Wednesday. H 4926 was introduced...
Sheldon Adelson, the outspoken Chief Executive Officer for Las Vegas Sands Corporation, has reportedly criticized the group of civil servants currently formulating the specific rules and guidelines for Japan’s coming integrated casino resorts. According to a report from Asia Gaming...
After last week announcing that it had become a member of the American Sports Betting Coalition, the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) has now released a statement designed to clarify why it enrolled in a group that is fighting...
The Tule River Indian Tribe has a renewed gaming compact with the State of California as Gov. Jerry Brown Jr. signed a new agreement on Friday that will allow uninterrupted operation of the tribe’s Eagle Mountain Casino in Tulare...
Last week’s decision by the United States Department of the Interior not to take two parcels of land into trust for Michigan’s Sault Ste Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians has been welcomed by a rival pair of casino-operating tribes. Headquartered...
The Nevada Gaming Commission will reportedly hold a special meeting later today in order to address a number of issues surrounding how the western state’s recent legalization of marijuana should effect its licensing of firms associated with gambling. According to...
The government in Japan released a preliminary outline of regulations for the country’s upcoming integrated casino resorts (IR) on Monday. The outline was seen as a draft overview in anticipation of a related bill being presented to the Diet,...
In Uruguay, legislators have reportedly passed proposed legislation that would ban most online gambling including poker, roulette and video slots while giving the South American nation’s executive branch control over all types of sportsbetting. According to a report from G3...
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