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He said his campaign contributions were aimed at backing candidates that were supportive of video gambling. Instead, Waukegan leaders forwarded three proposals, leaving it to understaffed gambling regulators to decide which of the contenders is best suited to build and run the casino. Ludwig and Stein. Terry Link, who helped negotiate the gambling bill in Springfield and has since been identified by a source as a federal cooperating witness in a government corruption probe. One is Warner Gaming, founded by William Warner. State gambling officials, meanwhile, are under pressure to show that they can police and monitor an expanding industry. Several news accounts said the fraud benefited a member of the New York mafia. Recommended on Chicago Tribune. Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan wins latest round in suit alleging sham candidates. Investigations Court-appointed monitor will investigate allegations of Chicago police abuse of protesters. Once concerns about the problematic partners were raised, Clairvest struggled to distance itself and salvage the deal. Josa M. Bond declined to speak with the Tribune for this story and instead requested questions be submitted to a spokesman. As it sought to open up casinos there, Station hired local lawyer Michael Lazaroff, who later pleaded guilty to mail fraud in for hiding some of the payments he received from Station. Latest Investigations. Twitter kimgeiger. The state was reissuing a gambling license that twice had been earmarked for Rosemont, only to be yanked away due to questions about alleged mob ties. Investigations Activists call on court monitor to investigate how Chicago police handled George Floyd protests. Pushback from school administrators delays bill to ban seclusion for Illinois students. Neil Bluhm, who owns part of Rivers Casino in Des Plaines, appears at the casino in just before its opening. They plan to bring in outside help to vet those who want the casino. Rod Blagojevich. The duo joined forces with Bluhm last year after Waukegan had preemptively sued Ludwig, asking a judge to dismiss his claim that he still had an exclusive right to build a casino. Ultimately, the inspector general deemed the entire bidding process to have been flawed. We did nothing untoward. Activists call on court monitor to investigate how Chicago police handled George Floyd protests. The gambling license went to another group. In late October, a source revealed to the Tribune that Link is a federal cooperating witness whose recordings led to a bribery charge against then-state Rep. Luis Arroyo of Chicago. Link has denied he is a cooperating witness. Mindful of its difficult history — and facing scrutiny after Bond financed the election campaigns of several aldermen last year — Waukegan declined to pick just one casino proposal to send to the Illinois Gaming Board, as the other host cities in the state did. Court-appointed monitor will investigate allegations of Chicago police abuse of protesters. Skip to content. The Bluhm bid. Waukegan was one of three finalists, putting forth a bid based on a contract it had with developers Alan Ludwig and Richard Stein, who had the exclusive right to build and operate a casino in the city. The suit was dropped after Waukegan voted to send the Bluhm casino bid to the state. In a page transcript provided by Missouri gaming officials, Warner repeatedly testified that he could not recall how or why the payments to Lazaroff were ordered. The Bond bid. And the bidders, which also include Nevada-based Full House Resorts, see a lucrative and rare opportunity. Lazaroff also told regulators that Station knew he was having the side conversations, and he credited those talks with helping Station win the licenses. The government did a full investigation and condemned the process and the people who ran the process. Warner told the Tribune he has no concerns about his history in Missouri. Warner told the Tribune he might get into video gambling as well. The senator had agreed to cooperate with the FBI in the hopes of winning a break at sentencing on expected tax fraud charges, authorities said in a court filing. Now Bluhm is trying to add a second casino 30 miles up the highway at Fountain Square in Waukegan. He was a finance executive at Station Casinos when it became embroiled in a Missouri controversy that ultimately saw it surrendering a license and paying a fine.

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