Indiana casinos have been granted the beginning process of approval for new
A measure was approved by the state's house panel allowing for changes at two
horse tracks. Indiana Grand and Hoosier Park will now be allowed to offer table
games with live dealers. This will also maximize the amount of table games that
both locations can operate.
River boat casinos will also be able to relocate. Land based casinos were also
approved by the house.
Increased gaming competition from neighboring states has prompted the need by
supporters to change the current casino laws.
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