Some lawmakers say Texas is unlikely to ever allow casinos. This is the interior of WinStar World Casino, which draws Texans across state lines to Oklahoma to gamble.
Some lawmakers say Texas is unlikely to ever allow casinos. This is the interior of WinStar World Casino, which draws Texans across state lines to Oklahoma to gamble. Max Faulkner Star-Telegram archives
Some lawmakers say Texas is unlikely to ever allow casinos. This is the interior of WinStar World Casino, which draws Texans across state lines to Oklahoma to gamble. Max Faulkner Star-Telegram archives

Gambling in Texas: Will lawmakers roll the dice this year?

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