Pros And Cons Of Native American Gaming System

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Casinos do not just affect personal income though. They also affect the state’s financial situation. In the beginning, class three incomes surmounted to over 4.9 billion dollars. All class three gaming systems were forced to sign a compact that stated they would follow the state’s rules. The gaming systems were also forced to share the money they assumed from their businesses. States wanted to get rid of casinos and restrict some of the gaming accessories because they would not sign the compact. Casinos were wanted by the people and the business seemed to be working out well too. The owners of the casinos decided to give the state a fourth of the wages they made. In 1992, some of the Indian tribes offered $100 million or 25% of the slot machine gross to install more slot machines (“National Economics Bureau”). The only reason they would give money to the state was to have machines that would be beneficial to the casinos legalized (“North Texas…show more content…
Tears are pouring down the sweet face of an adolescent once again but this time it is because he threw a baseball through a window. This is a typical family situation that occurs at least once in a person’s life. The difference between the beginning and now, is that you realize that Native American gaming systems have more downfalls than advantages. Native American gaming systems consequently affect our families through our financial stability and also our emotional stability. They affect you as a person because of how you take care of yourself and how well you are able to control yourself while you gamble. Last but not least they affect others. We are able to socialize with diverse characters and backgrounds, but we also affect others on how we act. All in all, whatever actions we do for ourselves because of gambling, we do them not knowing that we are majorly affecting the lives of other

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