Updated: July 26, 2017

An Illinois Gaming Board rule limiting property ownership to video terminal operators– companies that operate video gambling machines– seems to disproportionately affect one company and individual, Rick Heidner, in particular. The Gaming Board’s motivation to change the rules are unclear, as Heidner mounts a high-intensity lobbying effort to change the rules to his advantage.

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