A veteran Northwest Indiana legislator is of the opinion that despite there being a lot of money generating sources, gaming seems to be the top money maker.
The universal precedence to gaming is a reason for why the state government is aiming to achieve a balanced state budget in a way to bail out Indianapolis' professional sports arenas. The two of the Don Barden-owned gambling emporiums in Buffington Harbor are seemingly appealing to the Indianapolis budget policies. The revenue estimated from the gambling resources seems inevitable in the current trend of declining jobs and massive money needs for the state.
Gary Mayor Rudy Clay is much awaiting the license to head south to land near the Borman Expressway and that would require state intervention.
State Sen. David Long, R-Fort Wayne reported that there has been a wide support for the Borman move and that the State officials are not interested in deals with Gary.
In order to fill in the gap and compensate for $47 million hole in the operating state budget for the board controlling the operations of the city's convention center and the showground for the Pacers and Colts all the legislatures are taking steps to indicate people off all over the state.
To help the state to solve the problem with a painless effort, a new casino that doesn't have to compete with neighboring lake front facilities in Hammond and East Chicago has been evolved.
Long's Fort Wayne serves to be the savior of the many underperforming casino yet the Allen County recommends a vote on casino gambling before sending an approval to the state's 11th license