MIAMI (CBSMiami/NSF) – A bill that provides legal protections to good Samaritans who break into locked cars to rescue animals and vulnerable people has passed unanimously in the state Senate. 106 more words
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Written for The Argus Observer. Published on May 13, 2015.
Tom Insko has been chosen as Eastern Oregon University’s new president.
He brings with him 20 years of experience at Boise Cascade, where has been an administrative analyst, plant manager, production manager, senior financing manager, region manager, and is currently the area manager for Boise Cascade’s Inland Region. 323 more words
TALLAHASSEE (NSF) – With a high-stakes gambling deal with the Seminole Tribe set to expire in July, lawmakers may not have to hold a special session to keep it from falling apart, according to a prominent senator who was instrumental in crafting the agreement, called a compact, five years ago. 878 more words
FLORIDA – A proposed one-year extension of a deal giving the Seminole Tribe exclusive rights to banked card games such as blackjack morphed into a much broader gambling measure Wednesday, prompting Senate Regulated Industries Chairman Rob Bradley to vote against his own bill. 91 more words
An analysis of Florida HB 1233, the major gambling bill introduced by House Majority Leader Dana Young
Departing from my normal custom of covering multiple items in each blog post, this post will be limited to a description of HB 1233, the major re-write of Florida gambling law filed by Florida House of Representatives Majority Leader Dana Young. 593 more words
Florida House of Representatives Majority Leader files major Gambling bill; Article on showdown over Seminole gambling agreement quoting me; McCain calls for re-examination of PASPA; Poarch Creek band of Indians threatens to sell marijuana from their Florida land if not given gambling; Comprehensive gambling deal in Florida described as "Enormous, Gargantuan Lift; Quotes from Orlando Sentinel gambling panel; Geller speaks at NCLGS
• Florida House of Representatives Majority Leader Dana Young filed a major re-write of gambling laws in Florida on March 2. This bill is over 320 pages, and will permit destination resorts, historic racing, and many other types of gambling in Florida. 699 more words