Group Threatens Lawsuit if State Approves Video Slots

From Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh A group opposed to expanded gambling is threatening to sue if video slots at Kentucky horse tracks are approved without a constitutional amendment. Governor Beshear is considering calling a special session to address looming state budget deficits, and horse industry officials are hoping expanded gaming will be on the… Continue reading Group Threatens Lawsuit if State Approves Video Slots

Court of Appeals to Hear Oral Arguments in Internet Gambling Case

The Kentucky Court of Appeals meets in Louisville tomorrow to hear oral arguments in a case involving Internet gambling sites. Attorneys representing 141 websites will argue the state has no jurisdiction over their domain names. The Justice Cabinet has deemed the gambling websites illegal and demanded they forfeit their domain. Spokesperson Jennifer Brislin says these… Continue reading Court of Appeals to Hear Oral Arguments in Internet Gambling Case