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Pennsylvania Expanded Gambling Discussion Continues, Is there an End in Sight?

Pennsylvania expanded gambling Jake Corman

Pennsylvania expanded gambling measures have been circulating around the halls of the state capital in Harrisburg for over a year, as the Republican-controlled legislature searches for ways to grow revenue without increasing taxes on individuals. It’s a money-grab concept that has the Republican Party divided in the Keystone State. Democratic Governor Tom Wolf wants to…Read More

Wynn Resorts Confirms Paradise Park Lagoon Project is All-Systems-Go

Steve Wynn’s Paradise Park gets sign off

Steve Wynn’s plan to build a $1.5 billion lagoon complete with white sandy beaches and a new 1,000-room hotel-casino just off the Las Vegas Strip has been signed off by the Wynn Resorts board and has the full go-ahead. Wynn delivered the news himself at an earnings call to discuss strong Q1 earnings, boosted by…Read More

Florida Gambling Expansion Negotiations Underway, House Prepared to Compromise

Florida House prepared to compromise on gambling expansion

Florida has been ranked 41st out of 50 in a new survey on the America’s most “gambling addicted” states, making it one of the “least addicted” in the country. This was music to the ears of the Orlando Sentinel this week, which has at last found a reason to feel positive about being Floridian, while…Read More

Carl Icahn Seeking Property Tax Refunds for His Atlantic City Resorts

Carl Icahn Atlantic City property tax appeal

Billionaire Carl Icahn wants to pay less tax on his Atlantic City properties. That likely won’t sit well with local officials in New Jersey, nor the thousands of workers who were laid off as a result of his closing of the Trump Taj Mahal last fall. Icahn challenging the valued assessments of the Tropicana, shuttered…Read More

New Mexico Gaming Compact Dispute Goes in Favor of State, as Judge Rules Against Tribe

New Mexico gaming compact Pojoaque Pueblo

The two-year New Mexico gaming compact dispute between the state and Pueblo of Pojoaque Native American tribe has been settled, at least for the time being. Three federal judges in the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver ruled late last week that the tribe must come to terms on a new gaming compact with…Read More