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Gambling Awareness Week Beginning For Fondation Mise Toi

Gambling is a problem for millions of people around the world, and in Canada there is a group that is putting their best efforts forward to try and combat the problem. Fondation Mise Sur Toi will be holding their Responsible Gaming Awareness week from September 17th until September 23rd. The actual time dedicated to this …

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Gamblers Play in California and Forget Reno Nevada

July 23, 2006 – It was the year 2000, and casino gambling revenues had hit an all-time high, nearly $859 million, won mostly from tourists driving from California into Nevada.   Then, 100 miles to the west, a hulking Indian casino opened with a gaming floor big enough to fill half of a Wal-Mart Supercenter. …

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Gamblers Anonymous Rolls Out Internet Plan to Help Gamblers

In an effort to minimize problem gamblers on the Internet, Gamblers Anonymous in Scotland is planning to use the Internet for assistance. Gamblers Anonymous has announced that it plans to roll out Skype, which allows phone calls over the Internet to be made free from the Highlands and other small communities with poor transport links. …

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Fort Madison, Iowa, Casino Boat Closing Down After 13 Years

Gambling on the water has been a way that many casino operators have gotten around local gambling laws, but the recent expansion and legalization of land based casinos has led to the end of one of Iowa’s gambling boats. Catfish Bend received permission today to shut down its struggling Fort Madison casino gambling boat and …

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Florida Supreme Court Could Take Slots Away Over Fraud Issue

It has been nearly three years since citizens voted into law that slot machines should be allowed at the states parimutuel locations, now there are groups who are concerned about the validity of that vote. The Supreme Court of Florida will now decide whether a trial will take place where three organizations, the Humane Society …

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