Jackpot! Indiana is No. 4 in gaming

Kaelble, Steve
July 1999
Indiana Business Magazine;Jul99, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p10
Reports revenues generated by the gaming industry of Indiana. Impact of the casinos on the state government and riverboat communities; State regulation of dockside gambling; History of operations of the casino industry; Economic impacts of Indiana horse race betting facilities; State competitors of the casino industry.


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