Does the owner of Rhode Island’s two casinos deserve to have their property taxes reduced in Lincoln and Tiverton due to lost revenue related to COVID-19?

A NEW REPORT commissioned by the R.I. Department of Revenue says the state could gain $18.5 million per year in general revenue from iGaming. This image shows a free money mobile slot game offered through Bally's Twin River Lincoln Casino. / COURTESY BALLY'S CORP.
BALLY'S CORP., owner of Rhode Island's two casinos, is suing Lincoln and Tiverton to get their property taxes reduced due to COVID-19-related revenue losses. / COURTESY BALLY'S CORP.
Bally’s Corp., owner of Rhode Island's two casinos, is suing Lincoln and Tiverton to get their property taxes reduced due to COVID-19-related revenue losses. The global casino-entertainment company was forced to temporarily close its two local casinos in 2020 due to government mandates to slow the spread of COVID-19. When the casinos reopened, they operated…

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