While lottery sales and prize payouts have increased since 1998, money from the Texas Lottery given to public schools decreased from about $1.2 billion to the $1 billion they received last year.
A State House committee will hear testimony on a number of measures to allow casinos and slot machines.
The massive state budget crisis could give proposals to legalize gambling their best chance for approval in years.
Texans are still big supporters of expanding gambling, according to a new poll.
Sports books in Nevada made Green Bay a slight favorite in the Super Bowl over Pittsburgh on Sunday night.
Arlington police have seized gambling devices in a raid on a convenience store.
Will predictions that casino gambling won’t help the state’s current budget problems make it a harder sell with lawmakers?
In case you missed our discussion about the possibility of legalized casino gambling in Texas, here it is.
On a Friday, we like to cut loose and have a little fun, unless Texas politics get in the way (which happens). So, we’ll mix it up on the show at 7 tonight: At 7:05: […]
Lawmakers hear that Texas should go big or go home when it comes to gambling.