Indiana’s $2 billion gaming industry is waiting to see what a Donald Trump presidency will mean for casinos throughout the state.
The bill includes accommodations for the various needs of the state’s 13 casinos. But not all are satisfied with the proposed fixes.
A bill would allow truck stops and bars to install low-stakes video gambling terminals.
As profits continue to decline, Indiana's casinos aren't sure if legislation aimed at stopping those losses would help them or harm them.
Legislators already differ on whether the bill amounts to an expansion of gambling.
A bill headed to the House would divert some of the revenue earmarked for local entities, and send it back to the casinos.
The Indiana Lottery Commission is reaching out to the private sector for help in improving performance and expanding its operations.