The Huron Band of Potawatomi made good on their promise and gave the community it's first check, after spending a decade of legal battles to open the casino back in August, 2009. Under the agreement, four percent of the profits from electronic gaming goes to the state and two percent goes to local communities.
Even with a struggling Michigan economy the electronic gaming results showed a revenue of $97 million since the casinos August opening.
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