Topics: Legal & compliance Sports betting AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Lawmakers in Montana are to consider a new bill that would legalise land-based, online and mobile sports betting in the state. SB 330 is scheduled for a hearing in the Senate’s Business, Labour, and Economic Affairs Committee this week. 19th March 2019 | By contenteditor Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Montana mulls legal sports wagering in new bill Regions: US Montana Email Address Legal & compliance Tags: Mobile Online Gambling Lawmakers in Montana are to consider a new bill that would legalise land-based, online and mobile sports betting in the state.SB 330, also known as the Montana Sports Betting Act, is scheduled for a hearing with the Senate’s Business, Labour, and Economic Affairs Committee on March 19.The bill sets out provisions for operators to offer an interactive sports wagering platform via a website or a mobile device to consumers located inside the premises of a licensed gambling facility.Licences would cost an initial $1,000 (£754/€880), while operators would also need to pay an annual renewal fee of $1,000. Sports wagering licences would expire on June 30 of each year.Operators that secure a licence would be permitted to work with a third-party in order to run a sports betting platform in the state. Such partnerships would be covered by an associated gambling business licence, which would permit the leasing of sports betting equipment, systems, or other items necessary to offer sports wagering.All licensed sportsbook operators would be subject to a tax rate of 8.5% of their adjusted gross betting receipts, less winnings paid and payments to the federal government as federal excise tax.For the privilege of conducting sports betting within the premises of a licensed gambling operator, a sportsbook operator would pay the venue 5% of the net sportsbook income derived from the premises. In addition, sportsbook operators would need to pay an annual fee of $100 for each kiosk place with a gambling operator.The bill also sets out measures related to the responsible advertising of betting-related products and content across all media, the development and deployment of responsible gambling resources for consumers, as well as the mandatory monitoring and reporting of suspicious betting activity.Montana joins eastern neighbours North Dakota and South Dakota among the many states that are weighing up sports betting regulation.A bill in North Dakota remains under consideration, but South Dakota looks set to miss out on sports wagering this year after lawmakers voted down an amendment that would have allowed for regulated sports wagering in the state.
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Celebrations for cricket’s biggest and third largest individual sports competition globally have already started with a Royal greeting for the all the competing captains.As the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Opening Party got under way on the Mall, just up the road the expectant captains got a Royal audience in a very grand ‘pavilion’. WTC Final Day 3 Stumps: India remove Conway and Latham but Kiwis on top; NZ 101/2 (49 ovs) trail by 116 runs Previous articleDream11 announces major international signings in cricketNext articleICC World Cup 2019- West Indies vs Pakistan Live Streaming: When and Where to Watch Live on TV and Online Kunal DhyaniSports Tech enthusiast, he reports on Sports Tech industry and writes on sports products. 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April 6, 2018 at 9:26 pm Gene Barbara McLeod Mama Mia You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Eli, It is not a personal attack when I state that this is not NYC. Apopka is not NYC. That is a fact, not an opinion. Apopka is not Orlando either. Come on Eli….I know you like Commissioner Velazquez, and are her friend. It’s okay Eli. Tuesday will decide both candidates fates, so sit back and chill, it is almost over. Peace Eli. Alice Nolan, a candidate in the Apopka City Commission Seat #2 election, has won The Apopka Voice Reader’s Poll heading into the runoff this Tuesday, March 10th. Nolan received 281 votes (54.8%), compared to 231 (45.2%) for incumbent Commissioner Diane Velazquez. 512 readers participated in the unscientific poll that started Wednesday and concluded today at noon.Commissioner Diane VelazquezAlice NolanIn 2016, Nolan surprised the Apopka political world by receiving 2,159 votes (22.74%) in the Seat #3 election against then-incumbent Commissioner Sam Ruth and eventual winner and current Commissioner Doug Bankson. She didn’t make it into that runoff but did gain political momentum that propelled her into the 2018 elections.Velazquez was elected to the Apopka City Council (Seat #2) in March of 2014 when she beat incumbent Marilyn Ustler McQueen with 2,646 votes (55%) to McQueen’s 2,145 votes (45%).All along, Nolan and Velazquez have been neck-and-neck in both polls and in the general election results, and it appeared that a runoff between the two was imminent.Velazquez won The Apopka Voice Reader’s poll conducted in January by 3 votes (41.3% to 40.9%), while Nolan won the February poll by 17 votes (45.1%-44%). Then on election day, Nolan edged Velazquez again with 2,478 votes (39.7%), while Velazquez received 2,340 votes (37.49%).This is the first poll to show any separation between the two candidates.The Apopka Voice Reader’s Poll Results:Apopka City Commission Seat #2:Alice Nolan 281 votes (54.8%)Commissioner Diane Velazquez 231 votes (45.2%) April 7, 2018 at 6:07 pm Eli RiveraIf I recall you were a big supporter of Susan Kidd, and she had experience but she didn’t care about the citizens of Apopka. Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply If any person, and I don’t care who they are, never ever were given a chance, no one would ever have a job or an elected political position…..and this is not New York City! Alice has shown leadership qualities that even I am in awe of. Vote for who you want, but don’t knock Alice! Congratulations Alice on winning this poll! Good luck and best wishes on the Election Day Runoff! Tell your sweet hubby hello for me……. Diane Valazquez is by far the best for city Council. She has years of experience as a New York police detective, along with the past four years where she has performed magnificently. Alice Nolan has no experience only a name. Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. The danger in comments is that each commentator originates said thoughts based on experiences. Such is the nature of opinions. But I dare to ask on these particular comments on showing leadership qualities and strong fiscal integrity, inclusion, for all communities. Where do you get that information from? Not to tarnish any candidates name, but please tell me the facts and proof of said proven qualities. Yes people need the chance to serve Apopka. But what does Not New York City have to do with anything but personal attacks. Where does special interest come in. What are Mrs Velasquez special interest?Please do try to help me understand. Help Apopka understand the character of candidates. Have we taken our eyes off the sparrow?Velasquez has risen to the occasion, has proven life experiences, has taken the extraordinarily time to enhance her government knowledge in which that she can better serve all Apopka. Did I mention the Time, and commitment of the daily hours needed to give to Apopka.Well it’s my opinion/ comment..Gracias – Thank You Reply The Anatomy of Fear Reply Eli Rivera Jr. Reply April 8, 2018 at 11:05 pm Reply Michael Heaton Mama Mia On a number of occasions since November, I have asked on this site and other social media sites what the accomplishments and aspirations are for Diane Velazquez as Apopka City Commissioner and never saw a response, and we all know these candidates monitor all the social media sites like a hawk. I made a decision to vote for Alice Nolan, as I have read what her aspirations are and I like them! Eli – I agree with you, somewhat… It would be good to list the accomplishments of each candidate. Also, what are their positions relativity to the important issues of the day?Spending ControlSingle-Member DistrictsProtecting the existing Errol homeowners from the adverse impacts from the New Errol projectRed Light CamerasDuring the last four years Velazquez has helped increase Apopka’s annual budget from $60 Million to over $120 Million. And allowed our surplus to be reduced by nearly $40 Million.During the recent City Council Public Hearing on New Errol she did not ask a single question.Last year she was the swing vote that approved a new five-year Red Light Camera contract. Nolan has pledged to vote to have the cameras removed on January 1, 2019. Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter April 6, 2018 at 2:00 pm TAGSDecision Apopka 2018 Previous articleNelson names Bass and VanCamp to executive teamNext articleHow should we spend Amendment One funds? Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Ray A. Shackelford, Ph.D., M.P.H. Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate April 7, 2018 at 10:32 am April 7, 2018 at 6:56 am April 6, 2018 at 1:38 pm Dale Fenwick Reply Darrell Morgan Okay here is the acid test for who to always vote for for government position proverbs 29 verse 2 when the righteous are in Authority the people rejoice when a wicked man rules the people groan you cannot say a person is good for leadership because they’ve been in office a long time if that were true then Washington would be the best run place on the earth instead of one of the worst the acid test is there walk with God Reply Reply Alice Nolan is the best person for Seat 2 because she is a STRONG ADVOCATE for FISCAL INTEGRITY, PUBLIC SAFETY, YOUTH PROGRAMS and SERVICES, and the INCLUSION of all COMMUNITIES and PEOPLE in the economic development process. Moreover, Nolan will put “YOUTH/CITIZENS FIRST”, not SPECIAL INTERESTS, for sustainable economic growth.Remember, a person can not make a real difference by being SILENT on the sidelines and not exercising her or his RIGHT TO VOTE! April 6, 2018 at 11:40 pm Reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here 9 COMMENTS April 6, 2018 at 1:01 pm
Facebook Derry man to be sentenced for sex offences Previous articleMan had part of ear bit off during Tyrone GAA crowd troubleNext articleA5 on the agenda at crucial North South meeting News Highland Google+ Facebook Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Pinterest 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Newsx Adverts Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Twitter A 52-year-old Derry man has been told to expect a ‘significant custodial sentnece’ after he admitted 18 sex offences against four girls aged between 14 and 16.Martin Edward Coyle of 55, Bridge Street appeared at Derry Crown Court yesterday on 5 charges of indecent assault, 4 counts of gross indecency, 2 charges of unlawful carnal knowledge and 7 counts of indecent assault on a child.All the offences against the four victims took place between January 1 2008 and May 1 2008.The court was told that all the victims were vulnerable young women with significant problems in their backgrounds.The bulk of the offences occurred in Coyle’s Bridge Street home where he supplied the girls with alcohol and cigarettes.The court heard that he kept a large bottle of vodka on an optic in the house.It was said that all the victims were ‘voluntary visitors’ to the house and that alcohol was consumed by everyone.When arrested Coyle made admissions to the offences.Prosecuting counsel said that there offences were aggravated by the age differences between the parties and by the fact that Coyle made no attempt to ascertain what age the girls were.Judge Piers Grant adjourned sentencing of Coyle until next Friday and he remanded him in custody after warning him he will face a significant custodial sentence. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Twitter Pinterest Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire WhatsApp By News Highland – November 18, 2011 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Google+
Teachers lack of manager supportOn 23 May 2000 in Personnel Today Teachers are suffering from stress because of lack of support from superiors, according to NUT general secretary Doug McAvoy.McAvoy made the comment in response to the case of a 45-year-old Shropshire teacher who received £300,000 in compensation after suffering a stress-related nervous breakdown.McAvoy said, “For too many teachers around the country this lack of care is an increasing part of our daily lives.” Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed.
Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Leeds Co-operative Society is introducing a four-day week for staff in itstravel operation over the Christmas period to try and avoid making redundanciesas a result of 11 September. The 19-strong network of Co-ops in Leeds had been showing a 48 per cent risein trading figures before the attacks, but the firm has now been forced to takemeasures to protect its 200 staff from redundancy. Employees have agreed to work a four-day week on their usual pay for sixweeks over Christmas. In the New Year, as business picks up, they will work a six-day week butonly be paid for five, balancing out the wage bill. The company is cutting overheads and suspending recruitment as well asoffering reduced hours and temporary redeployment. “We are only as good as our staff so we don’t want to lose them. We’redoing everythingwe can to keep them together,” said personnel managerAmanda Harrison. Previous Article Next Article Co-op travel staff agree to four-day weekOn 13 Nov 2001 in Personnel Today
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY-Friday, the University of Utah’s women’s cross country team ensues in its season by competing at the sixth annual Battle in Beantown at Boston’s Franklin Park, hosted by Boston College.This will be the Utes’ toughest competition of the season to date as the field of 25 teams consists of six teams who competed at the 2017 NCAA Cross Country Championships.Among the teams are #11 Providence, #24 Minnesota and consistent women’s cross country powers, Mississippi, Syracuse, Eastern Michigan and Dartmouth.The Utes competing at this event include sophomore Aubrey Argyle of Kaysville, Utah, freshman Scarlet Dale of Lancashire, England, redshirt junior Caitlin Faust of Stone Mountain, Ga., junior Sarah Feeny of Ogden, Utah, freshman Sara Leonard of Anaheim Hills, Calif., junior Sarah Newton of Holladay, Utah, freshman Kennedy Powell of Roosevelt, Utah, freshman Sophie Ryan of Manlius, N.Y. senior Sadie Wassum of Worland, Wyo. and redshirt freshman Cara Woolnough of Brisbane, Australia. Brad James Tags: Aubrey Argyle/Beantown/Boston College/Caitlin Faust/Cara Woolnough/Dartmouth/Eastern Michigan/Franklin Park/Kennedy Powell/Minnesota/Mississippi/NCAA Cross Country/Providence/Sadie Wassum/Sara Leonard/Sarah Feeny/Sarah Newton/Scarlet Dale/Sophie Ryan/Syracuse/Utah Women’s Cross Country Written by September 18, 2018 /Sports News – Local Utah Cross Country Continues The Season Friday at Boston
Tags: Big Sky/Eastern washington Eagles/SUU Thunderbirds Basketball/Tanner Groves FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailCHENEY, Wash. (AP) — Tanner Groves had 25 points as Eastern Washington topped Southern Utah 75-63.Maizen Fausett led the Thunderbirds with 14 points and 11 rebounds. Written by January 14, 2021 /Sports News – Local Groves scores 25 to carry E. Washington over S. Utah 75-63 Associated Press
‘Got any spare change, Stevie?’ yells a Scot from the back of the sell-out crowd. ‘I do now, brother,’ replies Steve. ‘An’ it’s mostly yours’, he drawls as an afterthought. This is all that has changed as a result of Steve’s increasing popularity following his performance on Jools Holland’s ‘Hootenanny’, and more recently at Glastonbury. In all other respects he stays true to his roots as a hobo who spent years on the streets of Mississippi after leaving a broken home at the tender age of 13. Dressed in denim dungarees, an old cap and sporting a grizzly grey beard, Steve roars through his intensely personal brand of blues with a crazy tramp’s gusto. His songs are underpinned by his own grim experiences, which he tells with razor-sharp wit and honesty. One of the most striking aspects of the performance is the modest equipment Steve uses. He plays a one-stringed ‘Diddley Bo’, a Mississippi Drum Machine (a wooden box that he stamps in place of percussion) and most impressively, a battered three-stringed guitar. Most bands would refuse to step on stage with such sub-standard gear, but for Steve it is part of the magic of his set: from these instruments he draws a thumping, knee-slapping blues rhythm that resonates throughout the hall. Like his equipment, Steve’s voice belies his gnarled exterior. There is little of the gruffness his appearance would suggest, as he sings with richness and composure, whilst the atmosphere remains visceral. Throughout the set there are moments of tenderness in his tribute to his dead dog, which manages to avoid mawkishness due to its obvious sincerity, and ‘Fly By Night’, Steve’s “song for the ladies”. It is ‘The Dead Song’, though, that is most poignant. Again it is based on his memory of the past – this time, of his own near-death from a heart attack. The crowd sings the haunting refrain ‘There ain’t nobody coming back from the dead’ back to Steve, who conducts his choir, eyes twinkling with delight. This is the pinnacle of Steve’s union with his audience, but the Edinburgh crowd, amongst which there are many old fans, has stayed captivated throughout. No one can resist stamping to the driven blues beat, joining in with the memorable choruses, or eagerly anticipating his next story from the streets, but at the heart of it is the fact that Steve is genuine. He seems constantly thrilled to be on stage, yet he also seems bemused by this new-found fame. ‘Girls used to cross the road to avoid me, but now I’m on stage with a guitar they all want to talk’, he says coyly. There are no inflated rock egos and no pretensions of stardom and this is clearly refreshing for the crowd. Despite the obvious incongruity of a hobo from the Deep South in a room full of Scots, fundamentally it is only the stage that separates Steve from the audience. The set culminates in the fans’ favourite ‘Dog House Boogie’, which receives rapturous applause. An autobiography set to a droning blues riff that moves to a wailing chorus, it encapsulates the spirit of Seasick as energy, wit, candour and emotion combine to leave the audience howling for more. It is difficult to see how Steve can continue to generate fresh material without becoming predictable, whilst sticking as he must to his winning formula. For now though, Steve’s live act is a truly memorable performance that looks set to delight wider audiences as his reputation justly expands.
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