Under proposed rules for Ohio's four new gambling casinos, slot machines will be required to pay out at least 85% of the money they take in. As state legislators get ready to approve the rules, the payout mandate is sparking headlines, but a spokesman for casino developer Penn National, says it's no big deal. Here's Bob Tenenbaum, talking with statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen.
Ohio voters authorized the four casinos by approving a constitutional amendment on last November's ballot. Now, state legislators have an early June deadline for okaying the rules the casinos will live by.