Harrah's New Orleans hasn’t been paying the tax since 2001, but the State of Louisiana finally went after the company to collect its debt.
With the gambling industry still being tightly wrapped up in a small package, Harrah's New Orleans will most likely enjoy greater profits.
The Louisiana Department of Revenue (LDR) believes that Harrah’s New Orleans owes the state up to $40 million in hotel taxes.
For just over $10 million a year, Harrah’s New Orleans could have its casino license extended for another 30 years
Harrah’s New Orleans will be designated as “An Official Casino Partner of the New Orleans Saints” and “A Proud Casino Partner of the New Orleans Pelicans.”
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