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Poll: New Yorkers Back Commercialized Gaming
Last month, state legislators held hearings to examine whether New York should seek to amend the state constitution to allow statewide gambling...
Minnesota GOP Chair Accused of Leaking Information to Gambling Group that Gets Tribal Funds
GOP Chair Tony Sutton will be questioned by the Minnesota Republican Party's executive committee about whether he used the party's list of carefully guarded email addresses and exp...
Poll: 72 Percent Minnesotans Want State Gambling Legalized
A recent Star Tribune poll found that 72 percent of all Minnesota resident adults want to end the tribal monopoly on gambling in the state...
Florida Vegas-Style Casino Bill Dead for Session
Florida Senator Dennis Jones, R-Seminole, who pioneered the chamber's gaming initiatives the past few years, is withdrawing a proposal to create five Las Vegas-worthy "destination ...