Ballot Box Gives Georgians A Voice On Gambling
With both gambling measures failing at the Georgia Legislature last session, voters must use the ballot box to counter gambling inaction.
Tech Titans Move To Dismiss Gambling App Lawsuits
Meta and Facebook are arguing that Section 230 should dismiss lawsuits accusing them of profiting from “addictive” gambling apps.
Sledgehammer Smash-And-Grab Hit COAM Vendor In Kennesaw
A man took a sledgehammer to a COAM machine and made off with thousands of dollars in cash at a Citgo station in Kennesaw.
COAMs Reform: Good For Georgia, Bad For Owners
Will COAM reform help or hurt expanded gambling efforts in Georgia? House Bill 1424 is poised to increase tax revenue, but could it backfire?
COAMs: Georgia Flirts With Expanded Gambling
What kickstarted the COAM craze in the Peach State? Well, like everything else gambling-related, the history starts with the Georgia Lottery.
Do COAMs Quell Gambling Thirst In Georgia?
Filling the gambling void in the Georgia marketplace are COAMs. They’re incredibly popular and generated $3 billion in revenue in 2020.