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The Technological And Business Evolution Of Machine Based Gambling In America, Darren Prum, Carlin Mccrory Dec 2013

The Technological And Business Evolution Of Machine Based Gambling In America, Darren Prum, Carlin Mccrory

Darren A. Prum

Machine Based Gambling has become a major source of revenue to many states across the country that need the money but face obstacles to raising taxes within their jurisdiction. The figures are startling with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s cut at over $1.456 Billion in 2011, which exceed the next closest state by $500 million. In addition, there are more than twice as many slot machines available to the public than ATMs. The benefits of machine based gaming has allowed many governments to revitalized tourism locations, make some Native Americans economically self-sufficient, and save horse and dog race tracks ...


Lottery Tickets Sold After The Featured Prize Is Claimed: Will The Courts Force The Practice To Be Stopped?, Darren Prum Aug 2009

Lottery Tickets Sold After The Featured Prize Is Claimed: Will The Courts Force The Practice To Be Stopped?, Darren Prum

Darren A. Prum

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Flight Check: Are Air Carriers Any Closer To Providing Gambling On International Flights That Land Or Depart From The United States?, Darren Prum Jan 2009

Flight Check: Are Air Carriers Any Closer To Providing Gambling On International Flights That Land Or Depart From The United States?, Darren Prum

Darren A. Prum

No abstract provided.