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September 14, 2014, 9:00 pm
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Video Gaming for Low-Income Retirement Home Called Into Question


State regulators say they will take another look at a proposal for a video gaming facility inside a low-income retirement home in the Chicago suburb of Dolton.

 

The village government owns and operates the home, but hired a catering company which applied for the gaming license.

 

After an investigation by 970 WMAY’s watchdog partner, the Better Government Association, the state gaming board is reviewing discrepancies in the license application.

 

Critics say putting video gaming inside the facility is preying on the old and poor.

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