Indiana's House Public Policy committee will be considering a change in current
gaming laws. The panel will be weighing in on two proposals. The first will be
for permission for two race tracks to offer table games with live dealers. The
other is to relocate riverboat casinos to land based locations.
The committee will be meeting on Thursday.
In the past, other measures have been rejected by lawmakers. Governor Mike Pence
and a few legislators are opposed to expanding gaming.
The proposed measures are supported by groups that believe that there is a need
to help the state's casinos due to increased gaming competition from neighboring
Indiana has 13 casinos. It has been reported that the casinos have fallen $99
million last year.
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