Gambling revenues are expected to grow in Washington as the Indian casino industry there continues to expand, according to an economic impact study commissioned by the Washington State Gambling Commission.
The 173-page study examines historical trends at the state’s 26 Class III casinos, four Class II casinos and 50 commercial card rooms, and highlights new opportunities for growth.
“Our goal in conducting this study was to help answer gambling policy and operational questions we receive from Washington legislators, tribal representatives, licensees and the public,” said Chris Stearns, a commissioner at the Washington State Gambling Commission.
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