December 18, 2010 by staff
Michigan Lottery, The organizers of some events of Michigan Charitable Gaming said they feel a financial pinch smoking ban because the state is to lead the players who are also smokers away from bingo halls and card games.
According to the Michigan Lottery, the Statewide charitable gaming revenues for the third quarter of 2010 was 45.5 million and which is down about 25 percent of the nearly 62 million collected during the same quarter in 2009. The game is a lucrative business for nonprofits large Michigan. Some blame the organizers of the state ban on smoking, which took effect May 1.
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