Voters in Colorado passed a new law last year changing the way people can gamble
in their state. Gamblers will now be able to place $100 bets and add roulette
and craps to their list of games. In addition, casinos will also be open 24
Silver City, Blackhawk, and Cripple Creek are preparing for the new changes. The
bill that was passed last fall gives gambling tax money to Colorado Community
Colleges. Pikes Peak Community College has added a 10 week program to train
people for casino employment to work roulette and crap tables. The casino
industry state wide is hoping to add over 700 jobs and help the economy.
The new casino changes will take effect on July 02, 2009.
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