Posts Tagged ‘ohio gambling expansion’

November 29th, 2010 – by Glen Farmer In 2009, Ohioans voted to yes on a ballot issue that would authorize four casinos in the state. Progress on the issue had been limited, and the Ohio government had not been able to fully establish a regulatory body for gambling in the state. The election of governor-elect […]

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July 20th, 2010 – by Glen Farmer Those who wanted to see slots in Ohio’s racetracks were delighted to hear that the Ohio Lottery Commission had successfully voted to reach for legislation that would allow slot machines in the seven racetracks around the state. While this is a preliminary vote and by no means guarantees […]

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June 29th, 2010 – by Glen Farmer The chance to vote against the addition of slot machines to Ohio’s horse racetracks has been pulled. Governor Strickland’s proposal to add gambling machines these racetracks will not continue unabated, as the push for a vote was the only roadblock in the path of gambling expansion in these […]

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June 15th, 2010 – by Glen Farmer Issue 3 had brought about gambling expansion legislation in Ohio, and many players have been looking forward to gaming. A grey area, however, had left uncertainty over the possibility of using gambling as a source of charitable income for various non-profits. Language has been added to the gambling […]

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