The first electronic pull-tab games are likely to appear soon in Minnesota bars, helping to raise money to build a new Vikings stadium. The Gambling Control Board meets Tuesday to consider approving five games from Las Vegas-based Acres 4.0.
Minnesota legislators have sent Gov. Mark Dayton a bill permitting more poker tables and higher betting limits at horse racing tracks and giving tribal casinos access to racing simulcasts. The bill cleared the House by a 97-34 vote on Monday, following lopsided approval by the Senate days earlier.
Gov. Mark Dayton is proposing that Minnesota charities that operate pull-tab gambling get a bigger chunk of tax receipts from an expansion of those games at the expense of using the money to help build a Minnesota Vikings stadium.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Two Minnesota lawmakers have introduced a bill to authorize casino-style gambling at the Canterbury Park horse-racing track and use tax proceeds to help pay for a new Vikings stadium. The Vikings' plan for a $1...