Casino Group to Buy Fairmount Park Pending Approval of SlotsCasino Queen owners plan to purchase Fairmount Park, if Illinois lawmakers pass a gambling expansion at horse racing venues in the state.
Gambling Experts Set to Testify on Potential Chicago CasinoProposals to expand Illinois gambling have recently resurfaced as legislators prepare to adjourn at the end of the month.
Fairmount Park Waiting on Green Light for Slot MachinesTuesday marks 90 years of horse racing at Fairmount Park. But still looming over the track is whether other forms of gaming will be allowed.
Update On Video Gaming Bill In IllinoisSponsor of legislation that could affect future of Fairmount Park in Collinsville says 2 factors are key.
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Lumiere Place Reopens After Slot Machine MeltdownThe gaming floor is up and running again at Lumiere Place, following a night chaos and confusion when hundreds of slot machines when on the fritz.
Future for Fairmount Park, Slot Machines UnsureIllinois State Representative Bob Rita tells KMOX's Charlie Brennan that Fairmount officials have told him their survival depends on getting slot machines.
Fairmount's Future In DoubtLast week, the Illinois legislature ended its session without approving Fairmount's plea to add slots.
Ill. Gambling Expansion Bill on Hold Until Fall The sponsor of a gaming bill that would allow slot machines at horse racing tracks says he won't call it for a vote before Saturday's end of session.
Illinois Gambling Expansion Not DeadGov. Quinn says he's OK with an expansion of gambling under the right circumstances.
Missouri Group Fights Internet Gambling Family-centric groups in 13 states are calling on Congress to block states across the nation from legalizing Internet gambling.
Illinois Gambling Expansion Bill in TroubleGov Quinn says the gambling expansion bill is full of loopholes and likely won’t make it law.