NEW PLATEAUS Lottery Scratch-offs Part 2: Stating the Obvious
Part 1 was aboutthe interesting psychology that gambling brings out in people. We also looked at those$30 scratch-offs and the mixed feelings that come with buying those things.
But while people have... Posted on 9/12/12 at 10:52 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Electronic pulltabs move ahead, with concerns remaining
Minnesota charities could begin rolling out electronic pulltab and bingo games this fall, although concerns remain that could slow their acceptance.
This isnt an industry that embraces change, Exec... Posted on 7/17/12 at 4:23 AM
REAL MONEY Gambling with Kids, Not One of My Best Ideas!
By Joshua Huffman, Financial Counselor
The Village Financial Resource Center
I rarely ever gamble. And when I do, it is a few dollars here or there. But, last weeks Powerball jackpot of $336 million ... Posted on 2/15/12 at 8:06 AM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND N.D. lawmakers prepare for busy September
BISMARCK--North Dakota lawmakers will have a busy September of committee work as they prepare to head into the 2011 legislative session.
Four committees are scheduled to meet this coming week.
The J... Posted on 9/3/10 at 3:22 PM
An Argusville resident has claimed a $240,000 Wild Card 2 jackpot in North Dakota. State lottery officials say the jackpot was won in Saturday's drawing. The winning ticket was sold at a travel plaza in Mapleton.
Sales taxes from both electronic pulltabs and linked bingo are earmarked to fund the state's $350 million share of the new Minnesota Vikings stadium, the biggest public works project in state history. But in the latest data available, pulltab gambling machines were in only about 200 Minnesota bars -- out of 2,500 the state expected them to be in.
Gov. Mark Dayton said Monday that Minnesota's Gambling Control Board should have revealed from the start that it consulted the gambling industry when compiling its projections for how much the state would make from expanding electronic gaming to help pay for the new Minnesota Vikings stadium.
The Minnesota Gambling Control Board has approved electronic bingo to help pay for the state's share of the Minnesota Vikings' new $975 million stadium.
The "linked bingo" games allow gamblers at different locations to play together, increasing the size of jackpots.
The city of Duluth has filed suit in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., against the National Indian Gaming Commission over the commission’s order that the city no longer could receive revenue-sharing payments from the Fond-du-Luth Casino.
Mille Lacs Indian Reservation -- More than 1,800 slot machines create an orchestral blur of electronic entrainment at Grand Casino Mille Lacs.
Over the last two decades they've helped bring wealth and a return to self-sufficiency for the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, a once impoverished Indian nation that plans to grow its prosperity.
Minnesota gambling regulators approved a new vendor Monday for the electronic gambling games the state is counting on to help pay its share of a new Vikings stadium and expressed optimism that revenues will grow as the tablet computer devices become more commonplace at bars, restaurants and clubs across the state.
Air travelers will soon be able to play electronic pulltabs at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. The Metropolitan Airports Commission on Monday approved installing electronic pulltabs at airport bars.
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