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Indiana Looks To Beef Up Its Gambling Industry

Lawmakers Could Let Riverboats Move Onto Land

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The Associated Press reported that Indiana lawmakers are considering initiatives to protect their gaming industry from competition in neighboring states.

Possible changes include allowing riverboat gambling operations to move onto land, reducing taxes and permitting table games at a pair of racetracks.

According to the American Gaming Association, Indiana has 13 commercial casinos. The state has a commercial gambling industry that takes in more than $2.5 billion a year.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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