New Hampshire gaming panel examines ways to boost revenue

09/16/2009 | Union Leader (Manchester, N.H.), The

The 15 members of a gaming panel in New Hampshire listened to testimony on how to improve revenues from gambling in the state. "If we are to reach $100 million or more in revenues, we need new products that go beyond paper tickets to keno and to online and Internet games," said Rick Wisler, Lottery Commission executive director. Other recommendations included hiring more auditors to examine proceeds from bingo to ensure that the state receives its fair share.

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