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Games on display at G2E show transition to skill-based products

By J.D. Morris (contact) Friday, October 2, 2015 – 2 a.m. Skill and interactivity were the words of the week on the showroom floor of this year’s Global Gaming Expo. The annual casino industry conference, also known as G2E, wrapped up Thursday after several days showcasing some
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Biloxi Makes Way for 9th Casino

BILOXI — The City Council on Tuesday approved Mayor Andrew “FoFo” Gilich’s plan for connecting the last length of the road around East Biloxi that will allow the city’s ninth casino to move forward. Chris Ferrara showed designs of Biloxi Pointe Casino he
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New Rules Put Workers Back on the Clock

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Flights Part of Plan to ‘Save’ Atlantic City

Many airlines have tried — and failed — over the past decade to make a profit flying to Atlantic City, New Jersey. Since becoming governor in 2010, Chris Christie has waged a very public campaign, at taxpayers’ expense, to “save” the seaside resort. United Airlines f
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Biloxi’s IP Casino continues hotel room upgrades

BILOXI, Miss. — The IP Casino Resort and Spa in Biloxi is continuing million-dollar upgrades to its hotel rooms. General Manager Duncan McKenzie tells WLOX-TV (http://bit.ly/1JnuDSY) that managing company Boyd Gaming is spending $2.5 million to upgrade 54 of its suites. Last year, Boy
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Silver Slipper’s Hotel now open for business

HANCOCK COUNTY, MS (WLOX) – Hancock County’s newest hotel is now open for business. The Silver Slipper Casino opened 72 of its 129 rooms over the Memorial Day Holiday weekend. The six story hotel opened to rave reviews. Brandon Poilion and his girlfriend are among the firs
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3rd Circuit (en banc) May Rehear Sports Betting Ruling

By DAVID PORTER | Updated 6 days ago Two recent developments might have raised the odds that New Jersey will get another chance to argue in court in support of its law allowing legal sports betting in the state. The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia confirmed Wednesday
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State of Mississippi Sells Debt, Gambling Tax Backs Debt

2015-09-21 04:01:00.1 GMT By Brian Chappatta (Bloomberg) — Mississippi, the poorest U.S. state, is selling its first bonds backed by gambling taxes after its share of the winnings fell to the lowest since 1997, two casinos closed and its neighbors began looking at expanding into
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MGHA Submits Comments to Department of Labor Re: Exempt Status

MGHA Ltr to DOL re Overtime Sept 4 2015
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