Online Slots Archive - Slot Machine News For February '07

Illinois Officials Gives Approval to Slot Machines
Wednesday, 01 July 2009

Illinois legislators recently approved the installation of slot machines in bars and taverns. Slot machine revenue will help finance the $29 billion public works project in Illinois.

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Michael Gaughan Receives Rent Reduction for Slot Machines
Tuesday, 30 June 2009

Michael Gaughan was granted by McCarran airport official reduction for slot machines fee. Officials said that this is to ensure that slots gaming will continue despite the global financial crisis.

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Numerous US States Considers Video Slots Gaming
Monday, 29 June 2009

States like Ohio and Illinois are currently studying the feasibility of installing video slots at their horse racing tracks. Officials believe that it will help revive their horse racing industry.

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Rincon and San Pasqual Tribe Lobbies for More Slot Machines
Friday, 26 June 2009

The Rincon and San Pasqual tribe hopes to offer more slots without making any new compact with the state. The tribes said that they only want their rights according to the 1999 gaming compact.

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Lotteries and Gaming Authority Deals With Amusement Machine and Slot Machine
Friday, 12 June 2009

The LGA pushes for a clear definition between slot machines and amusement machines. LGA CEO Reuben Portanier also supports stricter regulations on gaming machines.

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Massachusetts Senate Dismisses Slots Proposal for State Racing Tracks
Thursday, 11 June 2009

The state Senate of Massachusetts denied a slot proposal for the state horse racing tracks. The proposal plans to install 2,500 slot machines at each racing tracks.

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Arlington Park Lobbies for Slot Machines
Tuesday, 09 June 2009

Around 1,000 slots could be placed at Arlington Park whether Arlington Heights allows it or not. The amendment approved by the Senate would permit casinos to partner with tracks to offer slots.

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The Slots Gaming Issue in Massachusetts
Monday, 08 June 2009

Massachusetts officials are once again considering casino gaming as a source of revenue after some changes on Beacon Hill. Horse and Dog racing tracks in the state are pushing for slot machines.

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Lombardo Consulting Group Slots Survey Shows Changing Gaming Attitude of New
Sunday, 07 June 2009

The survey made by the Lombardo Group shows that New Hampshire residents are beginning to warm-up to the slots idea. Supporters say that slot machines will be able to help racing tracks in the state.

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US States Consider Gaming As New Revenue Source
Thursday, 04 June 2009

US States are looking into gambling as a source of money for the state coffers. States like New Jersey are considering sports betting while Kentucky is considering slot machines at racing tracks.

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Kentucky Racing Tracks Fights For Slot Machines
Wednesday, 03 June 2009

Kentucky horse racing tracks are pushing for slot machine installation at state racing tracks. They believe that it will help tracks to cope up with the economic crisis.

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