Betting on the boats

Cadou, Bettie
January 1994
Indiana Business Magazine;Jan94, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p8
Probes the controversy concerning gambling riverboats in Indiana. Consultant fees as augmenting lawyers' incomes; Comparison of returns between riverboat casino investments and land-based operations; Gambling, crime and prostitution; Licensing of riverboat suppliers through the Indiana Gaming Commission. INSET: How the pot is split..


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