Jul 2, 2015 |

Rhode Island’s First Poker Room Slated to Open in August

Before the autumn leaves begin to fall from the New England trees, Twin River Casino in Lincoln, Rhode Island will likely deal the state’s first hand of legal poker. According to a recent press release, Twin River will be opening a new 16-table poker room sometime in August. The casino will also add eight to […]

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Nov 5, 2014 |

Breaking Down the Midterm Elections’ Effect on Legal Gambling

The 2014 midterm elections closed the book on a number of unresolved gaming issues in several states, as voters in Massachusetts, Colorado, Rhode Island, and South Dakota all let their voices be heard at the ballot box. However, the elections also ushered in some new questions, as governorships in three key states changed hands, while […]

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Nov 3, 2014 |

Gaming Expansion on the Ballot in Colorado and Rhode Island

Gaming expansion is on the ballot in several states this week, both overtly and covertly. The most far-reaching is occurring the Northeast where Massachusetts is fighting a repeal of its 2011 casino expansion law. Further south, Florida’s governor race will have a significant impact on how the Sunshine State’s gambling future plays out. And in […]

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