MONTGOMERY, AL (WBRC) - Governor Bob Riley and district attorneys from across the state are taking on electronic bingo.
Earlier this month, the state Supreme Court ruled the state could raid a Lowndes County bingo hall, ruling it did not appear to be in line with state laws on gambling.
White Hall closed voluntarily.
Governor Riley now contends the majority of electronic bingo machines in the state are illegal. On Monday, the governor and prosecutors are expected to outline their plan for enforcing state law.