(Neb.)- Dip Reported In Nebraska Charitable Gaming
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Nebraska authorities have reported a slight drop in charitable gaming. The office of Nebraska Tax Commissioner Douglas Ewald says the total for the quarter ending Sept. 30 dropped to a total of $60.4 million, compared with $60.8 million from the quarter ending June 30.
Tax receipts also dropped, to $1.25 million from $1.26 million. Charitable gaming includes keno, pickle cards, bingo, and lottery and raffle games.
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