Casino row in Biloxi near Point Cadet shows the damage from Hurricane Katrina in 2005. H.B. 45 was enacted by the Mississippi Legislature to allow casinos to be built on land. Now the Mississippi Gaming Commission is considering changing regulations that would allow many more casino sites across the Coast and the bays in South Mississippi.
Casino row in Biloxi near Point Cadet shows the damage from Hurricane Katrina in 2005. H.B. 45 was enacted by the Mississippi Legislature to allow casinos to be built on land. Now the Mississippi Gaming Commission is considering changing regulations that would allow many more casino sites across the Coast and the bays in South Mississippi. David Purdy/Sun Herald/2005 THE SUN HERALD
Casino row in Biloxi near Point Cadet shows the damage from Hurricane Katrina in 2005. H.B. 45 was enacted by the Mississippi Legislature to allow casinos to be built on land. Now the Mississippi Gaming Commission is considering changing regulations that would allow many more casino sites across the Coast and the bays in South Mississippi. David Purdy/Sun Herald/2005 THE SUN HERALD

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