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Video gambling fees going up in Dixon, Sterling

https://ift.tt/l4kSeIh20 Cities in the area are raising fees for video gambling terminals after changes to state law. State legislation effective Dec. 17 allows nonhome-rule municipalities to establish an annual fee of $250 per video gaming terminal rather than the...

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City of Lincoln To Increase Gaming License Fees

https://ift.tt/3L2kyno In an attempt to curb the number of video gaming machines in the community, the City of Lincoln is raising the cost of those machines. Lincoln Mayor Tracy Welch indicates as the gaming commissioner, he was not going to approve any further...

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Video Gaming Income Surpasses Pre-Covid Level

Video Gaming Income Surpasses Pre-Covid Level

https://ift.tt/3rUF1l1 By Debby Stricker Video gaming income for Washington County businesses, municipalities, and state recovered in 2021 to above pre-Pandemic levels, according to the Illinois Gaming Board annual report. Income was up sharply in 2021 from 2020, when...

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Streator to hike ANNUAL video gaming tax

Streator to hike ANNUAL video gaming tax

https://ift.tt/31XvoJz STREATOR – The city of Streator intends on increasing annual video gaming machine fees. Streator’s City Council agreed on a $250 increase per terminal, a cost the licensed establishment and operator would share. There are currently over 150...

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Gambling measure moves to Pritzker’s desk

https://ift.tt/3o9qC3U (The Center Square) – A new bill that would make changes to Illinois gambling laws has been sent to Gov. J.B. Pritzker for approval. The bill is a follow-up bill from previous legislation, House Bill 521, a gambling bill that Pritzker signed in...

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