The state of Indiana has come slightly out of left-field by introducing a new law that will require casinos to withhold gambling winnings from deadbeat parents. The idea is that if a winner is behind on child support they will be picked up by a tracking system and denied their cashout. I’m not quite sure why casinos should be taking the moral high-ground in personal matters, but I suppose it’s another example of how gambling can give back. Of course, deadbeat parents could always just bet online and then keep the payouts for themselves. Read more.
Indiana casinos struggling
August 9, 2011