Tribal casinos pay rural Minnesotans
ST. PAUL - Tribal casinos contribute $285 million to Minnesota's rural community annually, a new study shows.
The report also indicates the casino industry is "mature," and not able to sustain more casinos without hurting existing ones.
"There is an assumption out there that this is a never-ending industry," said John McCarthy, executive director of the Minnesota Indian Gaming Association, which funded the study.
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