July 12, 2013

Irish government to allow casinos

The Irish government will introduce new legislation to block super casinos but will allow small casinos to open in the republic.

Micheal Lowry an independent legislator had hoped the government would consider opening up to larger style gaming developments to increase tourism and jobs, but the government have decided against that move.

Under the new legislation new casinos will have a limit to the amount of tables they can install, locations for casinos will be strictly controlled and also all casinos will have to contribute to a socially responsible gambling fund to help and protect addictive gamblers.

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