Casino With Electronic Bingo Raided In Alabama
More Than 350 Machines And Cash Seized: Report
Authorities in Alabama have continued their crackdown on bingo machines.
According to Al.com, more than 350 gambling machines and cash were seized Friday from now defunct Southern Star Entertainment casino.
Charity bingo is permissible in Alabama, but some businesses have sought a loophole in the law in order to operate electronic games.
Officials in the state still see this form of gambling as unlawful.
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