Detroit casinos contribute $2.2 billion to fund Michigan K-12 education since state issued first license

Detroit casinos contribute $2.2 billion to fund Michigan K-12 education since state issued first license

Detroit, Michigan casinos contribute $2.2 billion to fund Michigan K-12 education since state issued first license 20 years ago

Detroit, MI (STL.News) – The Detroit commercial casinos have contributed more than $2.2 billion to Michigan’s School Aid Fund for K-12 education since the Michigan Gaming Control Board issued the first commercial casino license to MGM Grand Casino Detroit on July 28, 1999.

The entire state tax on Detroit commercial casino wagering — 8.1 percent of the casinos’ net win — supports statewide K-12 classroom education. 

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