Video gambling has hot hand in Illinois

The lounge at Bertrand Lanes bowling alley was the first Waukegan business to get a license to install video slot machines. Ask owner George Lawrence why he decided to offer gambling and he ...
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Study says video gaming has generated about $785 million in taxes since September 2012

The Carbondale City Council took another stand against video gaming this week by limiting the number of terminals in the city, but it is hard to deny the amount of revenue that is being poured ...
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Four years later, video gambling still successful

ALTON — “Ding, ding ding!” That’s the sound Kimmy Sue Schnarr of Livingston likes to hear. She’s just one Illinoisan who likes to gamble at video gaming terminals, though she says she prefers to go to ...
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