- What is the status of the existing tribal-state slot machine agreements?
- How much revenue does the state currently receive under the agreements?
- How much revenue, in total, has the state received under the agreements?
- How much state revenue is generated currently by existing off-track betting (OTB) licensed facilities?
- In what ways would the tribal-state slot machine agreements be affected if video slots were expanded to OTB facilities?
- What would have to change in the agreements in order for OTB facilities to conduct video slot gaming?
- How much revenue could realistically be generated if video slot machine gaming is expanded to pari-mutuel facilities within the state?
- What is the status of the licensing of the pari-mutuel facilities within the state as they exist currently?
- How would introducing video slot machines affect the current OTB licenses?
- Who would regulate video slot machines if they were allowed in OTB venues?
- How much state gambling revenue goes to combat problem gambling?
- How many gaming casinos exist in Massachusetts, New York, and Rhode Island? How many more are planned?
January 24, 2014
Hot Report: Questions and Answers on Expanding Video Slots in Connecticut
OLR Report 2014-R-0015, a report written jointly with the Office of Fiscal Analysis, answers a number of questions about expanding video slots in Connecticut.