The Impact of the Three Land Based Indian Casinos in Louisiana is a study on how the surrounding communities are affected. Louisiana's Indian tribes were devastated by war and prejudice. For decades these tribes had to depend on others; now through Indian gaming they have become self-sufficient.
The limitations and benefits to gaming are many. Social costs are weighed and reported on. Gaming regulation is defined by Supreme Court decisions, Federal Acts, and state compacts. Census data such as population, household income, and poverty status is analyzed pre and post casino.
The Impact of the Three Land Based Indian Casinos in Louisiana reports on how much money is given to local municipalities and how they spend it. Quite possibly the government that supported these tribes now relies on them.
The Impact of the Three Land Based Indian Casinos In Louisiana
Ross Philip Liner was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. Ross completed studies at the University of New Orleans earning a Master of Urban and Regional Planning with a concentration in Community/Economic Development. Ross has served on various committees, boards, and is actively involved in his community.
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Published: November 07, 2004