Iowa Commission Votes To Study Expanded Gambling Impact On State
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Several communities in Iowa have been lobbying for expanded casino gambling in their area. Before making a decision on the issue, the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission wants to be sure they have all the facts.
On Thursday, the Commission voted for a study to be done on the impact that expanded gambling could have in the areas. The study will be comprehensive, and may hold the answers to whether the casino expansion moves forward.
The Commission has many questions that they currently do not have answers to regarding expanding the state’s current casino base. Those questions hopefully will be answered by the study.
With gambling becoming more prevalent in the United States with each passing year, the Commission Chair Kate Cutler, would like details from the study that could be used in the future when dealing with casino gambling issues.
Several communities have already voted on, and approved, gambling referendums. It is now up to the Commission to give the go ahead to create additional state licenses for casino gambling.
The Commission will do the initial work of getting questions ready for the study. They then will seek a company to complete the study for them.
New Agua Caliente Casino Resort And Spa Opens In California
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California will get their newest casino resort this weekend. The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians will open the Agua Caliente Casino Resort and Spa.
The establishment will be something special for Californians to see. It has a 10,000 square foot conference center, a 340 room luxury hotel, a 10,500 square foot spa, a 2,000 seat theatre, and a 50,000 square foot pool area.
None of that includes the actual casino. The resort is sixteen story’s high, and runs right along Interstate 10. The casino resides between the Indian resort casinos in Indio, to the Morongo casino in Cabazon.
Las Vegas style casino resorts are becoming more popular, not only in California, but also in other states throughout the country. Many states have expanded their gambling limits, and the competition is getting tough.
Las Vegas and Atlantic City used to rule the casino gambling market. It is becoming more difficult for those two areas to keep their hold on the nations gambling money. People have began to stay closer to home to spend their money.