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Tribune criticA casino is surely coming to Chicago. Sooner rather than later, the lure of so much new revenue flowing into needy city and state coffers, and the prospect of so many badly needed jobs, will overwhelm those who see any further expansion of Illinois...
Des Plaines residents could be in line for some financial relief thanks to a proposal floated by two city aldermen. Aldermen Dick Sayad of the 4th Ward and Mark Walsten of the 6th recently directed city staff to prepare information on the financial...
Capital News ServiceThe implementation of table games and 24-hour gaming in Maryland will create employment opportunities, but competition from Horseshoe Casino in Baltimore and the proposed casino at the National Harbor likely will affect the labor market geographically,...
Maryland's three casinos generated $45.2 million in revenue in December, with most of that from the state's largest and newest casino, Maryland Live — and at the expense of the state's oldest. Last month, Maryland Live took in $35.9 million, or a...
If you have been gaming at area casinos since their inception, you know just how far that experience has come over the industry's 21 years. When Illinois's first casino, the Argosy Alton Belle near St. Louis, opened in September 1991, then-current...
Special to the TribuneSupport for video gaming is mixed on the Palos Hills City Council as aldermen prepare to vote on whether to allow it later in July. If surrounding communities offer video poker but the city does not, business owners would be at a disadvantage, said Ald....
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekGood Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Thanks to a bit of traffic and some back-up on the school run this morning, we're severely under caffeinated and a bit behind the eight ball, so we'll dispense with the usual formalities and just......
Change of SubjectPat Quinn appears to share my ambivalence about the expansion of gambling in Illinois. On one hand, additional casinos, slots and video poker machines would give a nice little boost to the state's finances and help stanch the flow of......
Republicans in Maryland often wonder why they lose. The letter sent last week by Michael Steele and Audrey Scott to Maryland Republicans urging them to vote for expanded gambling is a perfect example of how the party solidifies its minority status. In...
brightcove.createExperiences(); The Maryland Senate prepared to take up the governor's gambling bill Friday as Senate PresidentThomas V. Mike Millerexpressed cautious optimism that the General Assembly will approve the measure by early next week. The...
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