Nevada Resort Association News

22 Mar 2020
The Nevada Resort Association made a plea to the state’s congressional delegation, claiming the current shut down of businesses will be “devastating” for the state’s economy.
8 Dec 2015
Tourism and transportation leaders on Monday unveiled a summary of a 2,400-page report that will be reviewed by local, county and state leaders over the next two months to begin the process of initiating what's being called "a blueprint for growth and transformation."
16 Oct 2015
Penn National owns the Tropicana and M Resort.
28 May 2015
The proposed plan includes a light-rail system, a double-deck tunnel under the airport and extensions to the Las Vegas Monorail.
26 May 2015
Many of Nevada's lawmakers and largest industries support Gov. Sandoval's plan to broaden the state's tax base, but others have raised objections.
22 Mar 2013
The Nevada Resort Association says the upgraded kiosks blur the line between nonrestricted gaming, such as hotel-casinos, and restricted locations such as taverns and restaurants.
26 Sep 2011
Nevada gaming regulators decided to allow taverns owned by Golden Gaming to use high-tech sports wagering kiosks operated by bookmaker Leroy's.
21 Sep 2011
The trade group is concerned the terminals and their expanding technology blur the distinction between nonrestricted gaming and restricted locations.
8 Jun 2011
The state will receive a majority of revenue made off unclaimed slot machine tickets from casinos starting July 1.
7 Jan 2011
There isn't much support from casinos for a proposal that would raise $28.7 million annually through additional fees.
9 Mar 2010
Nevada Resort Association President Bill Bible has been nominated to become a member of the MGM Mirage Board of Directors.
29 Dec 2004
A month away from the 2005 Legislative session, some Las Vegas casino companies are gearing up for what may become the most challenging political and economic issue to face the state in years.
17 Nov 2004
Down the street from the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce office, a group of businessmen announced the formation of a new coalition they say will protect and promote the business interests of the gaming industry's suppliers and vendors.