Indiana braces for gambling in Ohio, Michigan

09/13/2009 | Journal Gazette (Fort Wayne, Ind.), The

Indiana may lose some of its $1.1 billion tax revenue from gambling once the neighboring states of Michigan and Ohio legalize casino gambling. "The state could wake up one day and find out that $300 million of their revenue is gone," said Mike Smith, president of the Casino Association of Indiana. Some observers say the market is saturated, and Smith advocates innovation to "make sure the tools are there to allow us to compete."

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