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Louisiana will tax Sports Betting at lower rate than Casino games: Ronnie Johns

Louisiana will tax Sports Betting at lower rate than Casino games: Ronnie Johns

Louisiana is on the way to legalize sports betting, and this activity will be taxed at a lower rate than casino games when lawmakers will assemble to set rates in the upcoming legislative session,

COVID-19 pandemic forces DiamondJacks to close permanently

COVID-19 pandemic forces DiamondJacks to close permanently

As an increasing number of Louisiana casinos are coming forward with their reopening plans, DiamondJacks Casino & Hotel has announced its shocking decision to keep its Bossier City venue closed

Golden Nugget in Lake Charles to reopen its casino floor on May 18

Golden Nugget in Lake Charles to reopen its casino floor on May 18

After reopening its hotel, pool and restaurant, Golden Nugget in Lake Charles is now preparing to reopen its casino floor to allow a limited number of gamers to try their luck, the management team

Protest after black man dies in shooting outside convenience store

Protest after black man dies in shooting outside convenience store

Several people gathered to protest after a black man was killed in a shooting incidence outside a convenience store in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Can New Orleans School Improvements Be Made a Model for Rest of the U.S?

Can New Orleans School Improvements Be Made a Model for Rest of the U.S?

The education system in New Orleans revolutionized after Hurricane Katrina hit the Louisiana city in 2005. A report released on Monday, by the Tulane University says that although there has been distinct improvement in the public education system of the city, it might not be feasible to be duplicated elsewhere in the U.S as a model plan.

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