Gambling in North Dakota has become a cut-throat, billion-dollar industry with little oversight

Charitable gaming has quietly become a big business in North Dakota, a nearly $1.7 billion dollar business in 2022. And it’s the legalization of electronic pull-tab machines (the polite way of saying slot machines) that’s multiplied the haul. E-tab machines accounted for nearly 90% of the revenue last year, and with that kind of money

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St. Paul to steer charitable gambling revenue to low-income youth

Do you ever wonder where money from charitable gambling in Minot goes? Most gaming sites are located in bars, and all of them are sponsored by a non-profit organization in some form. Revenues from gaming go back to benefit that non-profit. It’s a revenue source that’s had a huge impact on how Minot looks today,

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