A couple of oddly-timed messages coming from the University of Nebraska could cause conspiracy theorists to have a new topic of discussion.
The Nebraska Supreme Court axes Bob Evnen’s argument that a sports gambling ballot initiative was unlawful.
Nebraska Secretary of State Evnen removed a gambling vote from November’s ballot despite it having met all requirements.
A signature-gathering effort to support casino expansion in the state proves more than successful.
Tom Osborne feels gambling brings negative elements to sports, but his opposition looks like it won’t matter much against overwhelming demand.
Three bills could expand gambling in the state of Nebraska, but the efforts aren’t without their opponents.
The new bill would allow some forms of poker to be declared games of skill, opening them up to legalized gambling.
Ponca Tribe announced in 2003 that it wanted to build a casino in Carter Lake but was unaware that it was setting the stage for a legal nightmare that would take place in the future.
Nebraska AG submitted a lawsuit against Hilton Hotels Corp. related to its use of resort fees.
There is talk of allowing state voters to decide if Nebraska would allow casinos within state borders.