Oregon's plunging gambling revenues could affect video lottery debate

10/16/2009 | Oregonian (Portland), The

With Oregon gambling revenues down 15.2% in the past year because of a statewide smoking ban and tough economic conditions, this columnist wonders about the impact on the state's current debate over the amount retailers should be paid to offer video lottery games. The state depends heavily on gambling revenue, all of which comes from the state lottery, to fund public services.

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