There are no Indian casinos, bingo halls or Indian gaming in the State of Virginia.
August 26, 2012 A politician from Virginia is pushing for a casino proposal.
A bill has been submitted by Sen. Louise Lucas. It will be available for the
next session of the General Assembly. The decision behind the new gaming bill
was related to a visit to Maryland. The senator was impressed by the success of
their two month old casino. Maryland earns 67 percent of the gaming revenue.
Portsmouth is the proposed area for the new casino. She believes that area would
help retain casino goers from going to another state to gamble.
Currently the state is having a difficult time finding ways to raise funds for
the various programs. Residents of the state are against highway tolls and
raising taxes. Lucas believes that casino gaming may be a solution to help pay
for education and infrastructure.
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