Tag Archives: Rockefeller Institute of Government
- New study says casino expansion offers only short-term benefits for state gov’t
April 12, 2016
New research indicates that casino gambling expansion provides only a short-term revenue boost for cash-strapped US states, in part because of growing market saturation. On Tuesday, the Rockefeller Institute of Government issued a new Blinken Report titled State Revenues from Gambling: Short-Term Relief, Long-Term Disappointment. The report claims that states...
- Will US states beat Feds to the online gambling finish line?
July 4, 2011
Two US Republican Senators – Texas’ John Cornyn and Arizona’s John McCain – went on the Sunday TV chat shows the day before Independence Day and came perilously close to suggesting something their party considers heresy: raising taxes. Of course, neither man actually used the phrase – McCain came closest...
Geolocation Technology in a Regulated US Gambling Enviroment
January 19, 2012
D.C. proposes rules for internet non-gambling
June 30, 2011