DiNapoli Releases Report on Casinos’ Impact on Upstate Local Tax Revenues

From 2017 to 2022 New York’s four licensed casinos brought $176 million in gaming tax revenue to host and regional local governments, but only the three smaller towns that host casinos realized significant fiscal benefits…

Study Ties Risk of Problem Gambling with Proximity to Casinos and Other Gambling Opportunities

Individuals who live within 10 miles of a casino or in a disadvantaged neighborhood are more likely to experience problem gambling, according to new research from the University at Buffalo’s Research Institute on Addictions (RIA).

Longitudinal patterns of gambling activities and associated risk factors in college students Aims 

To investigate which clusters of gambling activities exist within a longitudinal study of college health, how membership in gambling clusters change over time and whether particular clusters of gambling are associated with unhealthy risk behavior.