Fla. to spend nearly $400,000 on gambling study
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –?Florida is moving ahead with a critical study that could set the stage for the future expansion of gambling in the state, including whether or not Miami could become a rival to Las Vegas.
The two leaders of the Republican-controlled Legislature late last week signed a nearly $400,000 contract to have New Jersey-based Spectrum Gaming Group conduct a comprehensive study of gambling.
The company will be responsible with creating two detailed reports that closely examines the state’s mix of gambling – which also includes a state-sanctioned lottery and casinos run by the Seminole Tribe of Florida – and the impact of changing state law. The reports are meant to examine both the financial and social effects.
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Source: Gary Fineout (2013). Fla. to spend nearly $400,000 on gambling study, The Miami Herald http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/04/16/3347685/fla-to-spend-nearly-400000-on.htmlpublished?Apr 16, 2013. Viewed Apr 18, 2013,