Gambling Laws And Regulations
NEWARK, N.J. | Four major professional sports leagues and the NCAA are poised to move forward with their legal fight over New Jersey's plans to allow sports gambling.
Northwest Indiana looks to remain the destination of choice for Illinois gamblers after state lawmakers in Springfield failed once again to authorize new casinos across the state line.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Pat Quinn declared war on Northwest Indiana casinos Monday, endorsing new casinos for Chicago and the south suburbs intended to keep Illinois gamblers playing in Illinois.
SPRINGFIELD | The Illinois Senate narrowly approved a sprawling expansion of legalized gambling Tuesday, sending to Gov. Pat Quinn a proposal that could triple the number of wagering slots in the state and bring casinos to Chicago and the south suburbs.
INDIANAPOLIS | For the fifth time, state Rep. Charlie Brown, D-Gary, has persuaded the Indiana House to approve a statewide indoor smoking ban.
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