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BC Regulators Who Linked 2014 Slaying to Casino Money Laundering Networks Were Fired for Making ‘Too Much Noise’

Two British Columbia gaming regulators who linked money laundering in the province’s casinos to a 2014 murder that remains unsolved were fired from their jobs shortly after filing their report, documents seen by CTV News reveal. Gaming regulators who suspected the murder of Birinder Khangura, who was gunned down in…

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Imprisoned Philippine Senator Speaks Out Against Chinese Casino Kidnappings

The Philippine casino sector is thriving and so is Chinese tourism — facilitated by closer relations between the two countries, fostered by President Rodrigo Duterte’s pro-China policy after years of squabbling over disputed territories in the South China Sea. Philippine Senator Leila de Lima was imprisoned in 2017 on drugs…

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Rhode Island Republicans Threaten Lawsuit to Block Mobile Sports Betting

Best body building tips & guides Rhode Island Republicans have thrown a spectacular monkey wrench into the works of a legislative movement to authorize mobile sports betting. Rhode Island Republicans leader Brandon Bell says he believes that the legalization of mobile sports betting would be unconstitutional and has threatened to…

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Benjamin Netanyahu to be Indicted for Corruption Linked to Sheldon Adelson Newspaper

Benjamin Netanyahu will be indicted for fraud, bribery, and breach of trust, Israel’s attorney general Avichai Mandelblit announced Thursday. Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to fight on in the face of an impending corruption indictment that will accuse him of leveraging his connections to Sheldon Adelson to negotiate more favorable media…

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Plan to Move Preakness from Baltimore’s Pimlico Rankles Mayor, Urges Multi-Use Plan to Save Track

Top Online Casino Sites Reviews Baltimore’s mayor and Pimlico Race Course’s owners remain at odds over a plan that would move horse racing’s Preakness Stakes away from the city’s historic track. And neither side is mincing words when it comes to their viewpoints, with an ugly public battle over the future…

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DOJ Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to Resign, Successor Tasked With Clarifying Wire Act

Rod Rosenstein, the Department of Justice (DOJ) deputy attorney general who agreed to review the 2011 Wire Act opinion, is set to resign next month following allegations that he offered to secretly record conversations with President Donald Trump. The Wire Act could be interpreted for a third time in eight…

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Judge Rules Pequots Can Revive Lawsuit Against Former Interior Sec. Zinke, Alleging Filibustering on East Windsor Casino

Best body building tips & guides A federal judge in Washington D.C. ruled Friday that the Mashantucket Pequot tribe of Connecticut can renew a lawsuit against former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, Politico reports. Former US Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is accused by the Pequots of “buckling under political pressure” from…

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California Cardrooms Battle on with Tribal Casinos Over Gaming Rights, as Confusing Lingo Further Clouds Clarity

California cardrooms are facing an uncertain hand as tribal casino operators turn up pressure on state officials to enforce exclusivity laws, leaving some employees worrying about job security. President of Fresno, California’s Club One Casino, Kyle Kirkland, says the state’s cardroom workers are concerned about their futures amid pushback from…

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Rush Street-Backed Venture Raises Stakes in Massachusetts, Splurging $430,000 Lobbying for Brockton Casino

Best body building tips & guides Mass Gaming and Entertainment — a venture led by Chicago real-estate and casino mogul Neil Bluhm that wants to build a casino in Brockton, Massachusetts — has become the third-biggest spender on outside lobbyists in the Bay State. That’s according to disclosure reports newly…

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Another New York Official Joins Call for Study on Problem Gambling

Best body building tips & guides The New York State Comptroller is the latest official to call for a comprehensive study on problem gambling in the Empire State. New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli believes New York lawmakers need more information on problem gambling before continuing expansion. (Image: David McGlynn/New York…

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