Gamblers would love electronic pulltabs. Cash would flow and the state’s cut from the new games would pay the public share of a new Vikings stadium. That’s what Gov. Mark Dayton and other politicians predicted.
More than 1,500 delegates are expected at Minnesota's Lawful Gambling Convention and Expo in St. Cloud. Changes for state laws to be discussed include electonic bingo and reducing taxes on charitable gaming
The state levies a 4.5 percent tax on the sale of pull tabs. Pull tab buyers open the tickets to see if they win a money prize. The House voted 85-8 today to cut the tax rate to 3 percent. The bill now goes to the North Dakota Senate.
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