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Competition Cuts Profits of Indiana Casinos

INDIANAPOLIS (AP):  It's been a tough year for Indiana casinos because of increased competition. The Indianapolis Star reports gaming revenues in Indiana were down $242.5 million in Indiana the past 11 months because of increased competition from a casino opening in downtown Cincinnati and two racinos opening in Ohio. More competition is coming soon from Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan and even from inside Indiana.

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