USA Today Op-Ed: 'Basic economics apply to casinos'
Our message to critics and policymakers is that gaming should be considered one piece of a multifaceted economic development strategy. As gaming grows, the communities where we operate gain jobs, tax revenue and other economic benefits.
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Gaming Hall of Fame Honors Industry Leaders
The American Gaming Association (AGA) is honoring its most diverse class of inductees into the Gaming Hall of Fame. The honorees include: Bob Faiss (posthumously), gaming law expert, Lionel and Sawyer; Jan Jones Blackhurst, Executive VP of communications, government relations and corporate responsibilities, Caesars Entertainment; Patricia Becker, First female member, Nevada Gaming Control Board and Ernest L. Stevens, Jr., Chairman, National Indian Gaming Association
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AGA to Cosponsor Leading Gaming Law Conference
AGA is cosponsoring the Gaming Law Conference to be held Friday, November 7 at Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa. Discussion topics include, but are limited to: problem gambling and the law, social media ethics and gaming legislation and regulation.
To register, please visit the conference website.
While Washington Talks About Jobs, Gaming is Creating Them
While Washington is talking about jobs, the gaming industry is creating them. News outlets across the country have reported on the hundreds of thousands of American jobs that the gaming industry supports.
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