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The jury is still out on whether a gambling crackdown ordered recently by Prime Minister Hun Sen was done for the good of the public or for personal gain, a civil society advocate said Monday. “We need more explanation from the government on whether the closures are in favor of an individual or the public,” said Seng Theary, executive director of the Center for Social Development, as a guest on “Hello VOA.” Hun Sen last month ordered the closure of the popular sports betting company CamboSix
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• Best jumps horse in Europe runs in Champion Chase • Showers forecast after dry night at Cheltenham 9.30am Welcome back to the best live coverage of the Cheltenham Festival Good morning! It's day two of the Cheltenham Festival, the day we expect to see the best jumps horse in Europe when Master Minded tries to win his second Champion Chase. He's 1-3, which is a short price to be sure, but can he be beaten? If not, it's unfair of us to expect bookmakers to take bets at any price. As yesterday
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Now, how do you think it might be possible to have sports betting that is in fact legal? It is, of course, as we know, one of those things that people have spent a great deal of time and effort trying to make illegal. And how can it be that betting on sports is in fact free? How can you do this and ... Well, the answer to both the free and the legal is contained in the same set up. What happens, what allows you to have free sports betting is this. At the beginning of the week you get given vi
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From banning cell phones in cells to ending touch screen voting to regulating “violet acts,” the West Virginia Legislature has some interesting ideas.By now everyone knows about the ban on Barbie dolls that Democratic Delegate Jeff Eldridge of Big Ugly proposed.But there is other legislation, some of which may actually go somewhere.SB 460: “The purpose of this bill is to include telecommunications devices as contraband in jails, state correction facilities, juvenile facilities and juvenile deten
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Any fan of horse racing has at least given some thought to placing bets on their favorite horses. Betting on the outcome of horse races is something which has been done for a long time now. While this was once a pastime open only to those who owned horses themselves or were otherwise active in horseracing, now everyone can make wagers on horses. However, before you place your bets you should learn a little more about how these bets work - betting on horses is a simple concept, but can be more co
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Low, high or medium? We show you how to choose the limit that suits your needs. Before you head for the nearest empty chair at an open poker table, hold on. There is one very important factor that you must check and verify before you start playing. What? Check the betting limit of that particular table. Why? This is what determines the professional skills of the poker players you will face and will also help you calculate approximately how much cash you need for this particular round of
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For over two centuries the United States Constitution has withstood the test of time even though it has contained a ticking time bomb whose explosion could topple our system of representative government.  That time bomb is contained in the seemingly innocent language of Article I: Section Five: Each House may determine the Rules of its Proceedings. That innocent sentence gave rise to what is now known as the the 60 vote rule in the United States Senate which essentially allows any party or
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States make money off of addictive substances. The cigarette settlements made a ton of dough for the states. But these settlements also created problems - as does raising cigarette taxes. Although the states can claim they are doing God's work by discouraging addiction, at the same time they are reducing cigarette taxes and tobacco-company funding the states need to offset future expenses. Gambling, on the other hand, which is often administered directly by the states (e.g., lotteries), is an
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A constitutional amendment introduced last week in Alabama by State Senator Hank Erwin, Jr. could shut out games of chance from the Southern state. Senate Bill 470 was referred to the Tourism and Marketing Subcommittee. Erwin represents the 14th District of Alabama. The bill decrees, "The legislature shall have no power to authorize any gambling activity, including, but not limited to, lotteries, or gift enterprises, or any other games of chance, including, but not limited to, pari-mutuel
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George Weigel discusses baseball in his latest column, including this that caught my eye: Yet the moral confusions of the steroids debate are nothing new, for today’s excuse-making was previewed in the debate over whether Pete Rose—an admittedly stellar player—should be in the Hall of Fame despite betting on games. To which the proper answer is: absolutely not, for every professional baseball player from the lowest minors on is told, and in no uncertain terms, that gambling on games gets yo
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