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Gaming executives were in DC this week meeting with congressional leaders, and one piublication speculated a change in the American Gaming Association's web poker position may be coming. In a piece in "Gambling Compliance" headlined, "New AGA Chief Says Frustrated Industry Leaders May Look Beyond Congress," Tony Batt (a former RJ reporter) wrote about the Hill visits and Frank Fahrenkopf successor Geoff Freeman's take on the lay of the land. Batt quoted Freeman thusly: "The market has moved...
Talk about chickens coming home to roost: Sue Lowden, the former lawmaker who announced this week that she may run for lieutenant governor, is paying off a gigantic debt in tiny increments to vendors from her failed 2010 Senate bid. Lowden, who was sued over some of those obligations by angry people who assisted her disastrous bid, just two weeks ago filed a document with the Federal Election Commission that placed the debt at nearly $533,000. That quarterly report shows that Lowden contributed...
Turns out potential 2016 Senate candidate Brian Sandoval will not be at potential 2016 Senate candidate Harry Reid's clean energy summit later this month. Sandoval was listed on a governor's panel for the Aug. 13 event at Mandalay Bay. But because of what is being described as a staff mistake, Sandoval in now off the agenda. I guess someone forgot there is a Board of Examiners meeting that day. The governor has spoken at the summit in the past. So I'm sure it's the BOE meeting and not some...
In a rather unusual exchange of letters, Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak requested information, including emails, from the Regional Transportation Commission, then withdrew the demand after receiving a "Letter of Correction" from agency boss Tina Quigley. Sisolak has has questioned the jobs estimates by the RTC for the gas tax proposal to be voted on by the board in September. He is almost a certain NO vote, but Quigley sought to placate him with her response in an email: "I hope this...