Posted by Chantel Minish · May 20, 2021 3:04 PM
Scholarships. Funding for rural health care. New roads and bridges. These are just a few examples of what revenue from gaming and a state lottery could provide to Alabama. Like so many of our fellow Alabamians, we had great hopes that in this legislative session, elected leaders would have both the will and a way to craft and pass a comprehensive gaming bill that ultimately, citizens could vote on.
Posted by Chantel Minish · January 27, 2021 10:48 AM
Robbie McGhee, the Chief Government Affairs Officer with the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, talked with CBS 42 about what gaming revenue could do for the state. He says gaming must be strongly regulated.
Posted by Chantel Minish · December 19, 2020 2:37 PM
Gov. Kay Ivey’s Study Group on Gambling Policy estimated that Alabama could raise $510 million to $710 million from a lottery, casinos, and sports betting if voters approved a constitutional amendment expanding gambling in the state.
Posted by Winning for Alabama · June 05, 2020 10:34 AM
Officials with Indian and non-Indian gambling entities in Alabama, who compete in the legislative arena, told Gov. Kay Ivey’s Study Group on Gambling Policy today they are ready to discuss proposals to allow gambling expansion, including the possibility of Las Vegas-style casinos.
Posted by Winning for Alabama · February 02, 2020 12:36 PM
On February 4th, a new legislative session begins. You will have 30 working days to develop solutions to the critically important issues facing our State. Gaming is one of those issues. Passing legislation that puts the power of gaming to work for our State can change it for the better – not just for a few years, but for generations.
Posted by Winning for Alabama · November 15, 2019 7:19 PM
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians are proposing a plan that would bring the state a billion dollars in revenue. The plan requires a constitutional amendment. NBC 15 interviews residents to get "their take" on the proposal.