I will pay for the following article Pros and Cons of Casino Gambling in Michigan. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. Studies have indicated that casino gambling has the potential to foster development, especially in poor communities despite its moral implications to the communities involved. For instance, between 1982 and 1990 in the US, the rate of increase in revenues from casino gambling was more than twice the rate of increase in revenues from industrial sectors. In this respect, casino gambling has been legalized in most of the states in the US except in the state of Hawaii and Utah. however, unlike many other economic ventures, casino gambling has been mired with skepticism especially due to its probable negative moral implications to the society. In this regard, casino gambling is controlled by governments, and this is to limit the kinds of gambling practiced a number of gambling locations, and the size of the ventures. Casino gambling has the enormous potential to drive economic development due to its massive impact on tourism as a form of entertainment. many tourists are attracted to cities with casino gambling.
This paper will examine casino gambling in the state of Michigan, and it will focus on various aspects including but not limited to the socio-economic impact of casino gambling and its background information. Casino gambling was introduced in Michigan in the early 1990s, and this made Michigan the 11th state to authorize casino gaming in America (Moufakkir and Holecek 2). The city of Detroit voted in 1996 and passed legislation (Proposal E) that led to the establishment of three commercial casinos (“History of Gaming in Michigan”). these comprised of Greektown, Motorcity and MGM Grand. The legalization of casino gambling has been received with positive enthusiasm in the state of Michigan. this is evident in the large numbers of tourists trooping in the casino gambling destinations. .