A tribal casino in Michigan's Upper Peninsula will be one of the first in the country to turn back on its slot machines amid the pandemic.
"Michigan is losing out on a tremendous amount of gaming revenue," Rep. Brandt Iden says, but help could be on the way.
The COVID-19 pandemic is going to usher in some changes to the way people want to play the lottery, according to a panel of experts.
Michigan state Rep. Brandt Iden, sponsor of gaming expansion, offers his thoughts on sports betting and gambling amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Not long ago Whitmer signed sports betting legislation, and now she's among the front runners to join Biden's ticket as vice president.
Michigan's three Detroit casinos took a sizable hit as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, overshadowing the first month of sports betting.
Retail casino gaming is on a hiatus, but companies are still preparing for a launch of online gambling in Michigan in 2021.