Can Gambling Save the NFL?

The glitz and glamor of Las Vegas has attracted visitors for nearly a century. Starting with the legalization of gaming in the 1930’s, the 1950’s post-World War II boom, and the influx of mobsters and well-known celebrities whose careers depended on them, Las Vegas has become the self-professed Entertainment Capital of the world; a city-sized, […]
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IRS decides to drop pending gaming regulation proposals – AGA pleased with result

Back in 2015 the Internal Revenue Service began reviewing a proposal that was going to create a change in the way that operators are required to report earnings in relation to slot machines. The American Gaming Association was against the changes because they believed that the new policies would be difficult on operators. When the […]
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Nevada Gaming Commission does not look favorable in allowing gambling and marijuana to mix

Nevada has been one of the states that has allowed for medical marijuana use, having first legalized this specific usage of the drug back in 2014. Despite this, the Nevada Gaming Control Board has voiced their opinion against allowing for licensed gambling operators to begin any involvement in the marijuana industry, making it crystal clear […]
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Las Vegas casino gets a power outage that turns out the lights for players

During business hours at the Las Vegas Strip casino and resort there was a power outage that resulted from a contractor that was working in the building. He had accidentally knocked out the main power line, shutting down all electricity throughout the building that left thousands of resort guests and players displaced. Dozens of people […]
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