OHIO -- Ohio is seeing lower gaming tax returns than predicted, NPR reported.
Originally, when casinos were approved four years ago, the earning prospects were estimated to be $2 billion a year with the state receiving 33 percent of profits, the report said.
The tax revenue has turned out, so far, to be around 35 to 40 percent lower than predictions, NPR reported.
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