A leader of the cause to open Bahamian casinos and licensed gambling to residents of the country says religious groups fighting him ignore the illegal spread of gaming.
A study shows that lottery gambling is disproportionately supported by poor and minorities, but foes of casino gambling are relatively silent.
Gaming opponents fight new slots in New Hampshire even as charities, including religious organizations, make millions from an exception for casino gambling involving charitable table games.
Ohio residents speak out against church groups that cynically are attempting a lawsuit to block a gambling proposal to bring slots to race tracks in order to fund the state budget.
The payment processing firm Account Services filed a motion in US District Court to force the release of funds frozen in seized bank accounts that were intended to pay US consumers for winning at online poker.