Indiana Gambling and Lottery Laws
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Welcome to FindLaw’s Indiana Gambling & Lottery Laws page. Indiana laws on gambling and lotteries regulate (and in some cases prohibit) activities such as casino gaming, horse racing, and dog racing. These laws also dictate the manner in which state lottery revenues are distributed. Riverboat gambling has a long history in the Hoosier State, and there are specific statutes on the books as to what kind of casinos or gaming nights are legal. The lottery is also big business in Indiana, and there are laws on distribution of prize winnings and garnishment rules on winnings. Click on the links below for Indiana-specific gambling and lotteries laws.
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