Cities and counties are losing, while schools are winning in Ohio's gambling game.
Tom Sheeran from the Associated Press reports that declining casino revenue has cut into the amount cities and counties are receiving. The schools, though, have been getting more because of the growth of racetrack slots.
Local governments are realizing they can't count on the projected amount of revenue they hoped to get from casinos.
By the end of 2014, Ohio will have three more racinos for a total of seven and four casinos.