Andrew Yang, New York’s Mayor, criticized the city’s existing gambling network and, on Governor’s Island, proposed a project of new casino development. Andrew Yang, well known as Gambling’s opponent, suddenly on casino issues become very supportive as for the Mayor he prepares to bid.
For New Casino Project Andrew Yang Outlines Plans
Andrew Yang, the former anti-gambling advocate and Mayor contender suggested developing a new casino on the Island of the Governor after criticizing the parlors in his book.
Yang stated that “on a weeknight I’ve visited some of them and they are not promising locations. Most of the people of their don’t look like they should do wagering”.
Like other opponents of betting, Yang expresses his surprise by seeing that St. Louis, Baltimore, New Orleans, Cleveland, and Detroit cities in central areas put casinos. His idea is that low-income person disproportionately affected by Gambling.
During the underdog presidential bid of Yang, Yang’s book “The War on Normal People” published.
Seeking the NYC Mayoralty, Seeking Revenue
Now, Yang is singing a new song moving on with his mayoral bid. In a recent interview on radio, he told “The Breakfast Club” that in New York, an enormous cash flow would pour by casinos. This massive flow of cash could act as the recovery engine of the city. In a recent tweet, they express to grab every possible revenue opportunity.
Edwin Molina, the Campaign Spokesperson, defended the idea and stated that it would require a comprehensive approach to revive the big apple. Before 2023, New York Casino Bidding should be done.
The opening of a casino in New York would pour $1.5 billion as the license fees, and in another annual tax revenue, it is $900.
There is only one electronic table games casino hall in New York City in Queens near the Aqueduct Racetrack. As per state law, until 2023, a live card games hall cannot be opened.
On these gambling issues for changing his views, Yang was previously reprimanded, such as on different occasions circumcision and being disrespectful. Meanwhile, from the Seneca Nation, on exclusive casino payments, New York can’t appear to rely upon.