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Iowa Casinos Looking For New Possibilities

There is no doubt that gambling in Iowa has increasingly become a money generating venture. This is because they have recently become local driven attractions and more people are embracing the industry than ever before, especially in Cedar Rapids, or

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Will Vegas Gambling Influence Trump’s Foreign Policy?

It’s an “open secret” that most of the big money donors are shying away from Donald Trump. However if you look behind the rhetoric and connect the dots you can see a pattern emerging and it shows that Vegas gambling

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Online Gaming – Without the Trump?

If you omit Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump from the political side of gambling, you will notice that there has not been much media coverage of state and online casino issues for awhile. When state operated casinos made up a

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California Online Poker Gaming Law in 2015

California is introducing new online poker gaming legislation in 2015. Recognized as one of the first states to legalize casino gambling in 1849, California and its voters have long been supportive of the luck of the draw. The fact that draw

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Anti-Casino Groups Repeal in Massachusetts Goes So Far to Say Lotto is Not Gambling

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As the issue of allowing casino construction awaits voters in Massachusetts on November 4th , the anti-casino group Repeal the Casino Deal is hoping to create enough public awareness to undo what has already been done by trying to get

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