House bill provision aims to do away with electronic gaming

It’s been over eight years since electronic gaming has been allowed in bars and restaurants in Minnesota. They have come a long way since their inception, from a device that showed a replicated pull tab to an easy to play and visually pleasing game on an iPad. Electronic gaming as it is known now is in jeopardy as provisions have been attached to a bill that would outlaw games that simulate gambling features similar to those found in a casino.

 

For the complete story on how this will affect local charitable gambling and bars, check out the April 21 issue of the Winthrop News.

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