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Rantoul liquor, gaming license hikes approved

Rantoul liquor, gaming license hikes approved

RANTOUL — Rantoul liquor and gaming license holders will be paying higher fees. The village board last week voted 4-2 to approve the fee hikes. Trustees Sam Hall and Gary Wilson voted no. Trustee Terry Workman was absent. It was necessary for Mayor Chuck Smith to...

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Schaumburg adopts rules for video gambling

Schaumburg adopts rules for video gambling

Schaumburg trustees have unanimously approved regulations under which video gambling will be allowed in 2020. Existing hotels and restaurants with liquor licenses will be able to have up to six machines after Jan. 1, but new businesses will have to wait until 2021....

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Lemont Makes $229K On Video Gaming In 2019 So Far

Lemont Makes $229K On Video Gaming In 2019 So Far

LEMONT, IL — Video gaming has been a much debated topic since the Video Gaming Act was passed in Illinois in 2009. There are thousands of video gaming terminals across the state, and there are 107 terminals in Lemont alone. The most recent revenue data from the...

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Manhattan Makes $65K On Video Gaming In 2019 So Far

Manhattan Makes $65K On Video Gaming In 2019 So Far

MANHATTAN, IL — Video gaming has been a much debated topic since the Video Gaming Act was passed in Illinois in 2009. There are thousands of video gaming terminals across the state, and there are 25 terminals in Manhattan alone. The most recent revenue data from the...

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Lockport Makes $193K On Video Gaming In 2019 So Far

Lockport Makes $193K On Video Gaming In 2019 So Far

LOCKPORT, IL — Video gaming has been a much debated topic since the Video Gaming Act was passed in Illinois in 2009. There are thousands of video gaming terminals across the state, and there are 85 terminals in Lockport alone. The most recent revenue data from the...

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