The Osage Nation is planning to roll the dice on a new casino at the Lake of the Ozarks, though a successful outcome is far from guaranteed.
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Missouri is launching multiple incentive programs for Missourians who get vaccinated against COVID-19, state leaders announced Wednesday.
A bill seeking to protect lottery winners’ identities crossed the finish line this week, heading to the governor’s desk for final approval.
For the second night in a row, the Missouri Senate hit pause on a substantial gaming bill covering everything from VLTs to sports betting.
Senate President Pro Tem Dave Schatz presented a bill meant to discourage "illegal gaming" machines in Missouri before a committee this week.
A handful of lawmakers are once again seeking to make major changes to the state’s gambling regulations during the 2021 legislative session.
“In these tight budget times when the governor is having to withhold these funds, this would provide new revenue to support our schools without a tax increase.”
As a Representative, my first priority is to look out for the best interests of my constituents and communities. We need to work together to…
Over the past few years, I have been noticing a shocking trend plaguing our communities. Cropping up everywhere are video lottery terminals (VLTs) at convenience…
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Should Missouri become the next state to allow sports wagering, Joe Briggs hopes protections for athletes are solidified. Briggs, counsel for…