Minnesota Gambling and Lotteries Laws
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Gambling is a closely regulated industry in most states, and Minnesota is no exception. Minnesota has laws on the books regulating everything from horse racing to bingo and raffles. For example, under Minnesota's gambling laws, casino gambling is allowed at casinos that are situated on Native American reservation land. In addition, wagering on horse races is legal as long as it's done at a licensed horse racing track. Since gambling and lottery laws are a complicated and tricky area of the law, it's in your best interests to read up on Minnesota's gambling and lottery laws and regulations before trying your luck on the track or craps table. Click on one of the links below to learn more about the state's gambling and lottery laws.
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