Online Slots Archive - Slot Machine News For January '08

Seneca's Success With Slots Facility Pushes for Gaming Expansion
Sunday, 20 January 2008

The recent success of the Seneca Gaming's slot facility in Buffalo paved the way for their recent gaming expansion. They will open a $333 million casino hotel by the year 2010.

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Lottery Commission and Camptown Greyhound Fails to Reach Final Slots Agreement
Thursday, 17 January 2008

The Kansas Lottery Commission and the Camptown racing track failed to reach a final agreement on the slot machines. Camptown Racing track stopped their renovations for the meantime.

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Fair Grounds Racing Track Commits Future on Slot Machines
Sunday, 13 January 2008

The Fair Grounds Racing Track plans to offer slot machines during winter season. Randy Soth said that they will need the slot machines in order to compete effectively with other racing tracks.

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Lower Shore Legislators Divided Over Slots and Taxes
Thursday, 10 January 2008

Lower Shore legislators are divided over on which proposal to support. Delegate Jim Mathias is one of the legislators that has supported the tax increase instead of allowing slot machines.

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Allows Investigation of Louis DeNaples
Wednesday, 09 January 2008

The Supreme Court has allowed the continuation of the Investigation on Louis DeNaples. State prosecutors said that DeNaples might have falsified his statements to gain the slots license.

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Peter Franchot Criticizes Gov. O'Malley's Slots Proposal
Tuesday, 08 January 2008

State Comptroller Peter Franchot criticize the slots plan of Gov. O'Malley. He said that it will cause gambling problems in Maryland.

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Toronto Negotiates for Bigger Part in Woodbine Slots Revenue
Monday, 07 January 2008

The city of Toronto is hoping for a bigger share of the profits coming from the Woodbine Slots. The city said that the provincial government is receiving more compared to them.

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Dauphin Grand Jury Restarts Investigation on DeNaples' Slots Casino License
Sunday, 06 January 2008

The Grand Jury of Dauphin is resuming its investigation regarding the slots license held by Louis DeNaples. The Supreme Court just recently allowed the jury to reinvestigate the matter.

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Florida Attorney General Sues Gov. Crist to Stop Gambling Compact
Thursday, 03 January 2008

Attorney General Bill McCollum has filed a case against the gambling compact between Gov. Crist and the Seminole Tribe. McCollum believes that Gov. Crist overstepped his powers.

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