Senate to hear bill designed to strengthen Indiana casinos

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Senate lawmakers at the statehouse will take up a bill next week that could help strengthen Indiana’s casinos.

The bill would allow the slot-machine rooms at spots like Hoosier Park and Indiana Grand to become full-fledged casinos.

The bill would also tweak the taxes casinos pay by issuing them a flat tax-rate, instead of basing it on the number of people who visit.

Indiana casinos say they’re worried about losing business to new casinos opening in neighboring states, like Ohio and Michigan.

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  • Low roller

    I agree. If those places ever paid anything out more than 1200 bucks, people would go more often. I shouldn't even say1200 is a payout. They take pictures of these people who win 1200 $1400 and they put their pictures on advertisements and all of their posters like it is such a big deal.

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