Christian Activists Oppose Gambling in West Virginia

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Turn To Casino Money For Transit Help

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Centaur Inc. Closes Deal on Finance Package For Gambling Additions

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Casinos in the US Continue to Expand at an Exponential Pace

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Casino Gold Attracting Rockaway Beach Leaders

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Casino Gaming Sector Moves Higher with Las Vegas Sands News

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Casino Dominicus Ups the Ante in the Dominican Republic

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Florida Governor Discusses State Lottery Privatization

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Florida Gambling Hall Raided By Hillsborough Sheriff Department

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Casino Developer Big Donor of Charlie Crist Campaign

The development company hired by the Seminole Tribe of Florida to expand its casino gambling empire has given $100,000 to a political committee working to boost Attorney General Charlie Crist’s campaign for governor of Florida. The donor, Coastal Development Corp., owned by Richard T. Fields, wrote a check on July 18 to the Conservative Values Coalition, a third-party political group that has promoted Crist’s campaign. Fields, a former business associate of Donald Trump, brought together Baltimore developer David Cordish and the Seminole Tribe 6 years ago to develop the tribe’s…

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