Governor Chaffee Plans to Protect Rhody’s Gambling Revenue – Online Gambling Close Behind?

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Rhode Island is already feeling the impending pressure of cut gambling revenue  by almost 25% once the neighboring state of Massachusetts completes its brick and mortar casino expansion. The Bay State is on track to open three casinos and one slots parlor by 2016 that will undoubtedly siphon a good number of customers who currently patronize the Twin River and Newport Grand casinos in Rhode Island. Continue reading