- Strong recovery predicted by state gaming regulators
- American Gaming Association seeks relief from U.S. Congress
- Tribal casinos request $18bn in federal aid
As doomsday projections continue to define the coronavirus pandemic, U.S. gaming regulators are keeping a stiff upper lip even after ordering their casinos to close their doors.
Ronnie Jones, the chairman of the Louisiana Gaming Control Board, described a harrowing journey after driving this week from the state capital of Baton Rouge to New Orleans.
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