COLUMBUS, Ohio — Regulators are set to share the latest revenue figures for Ohio's four full-service casinos.
The Ohio Casino Control Commission is scheduled to release February's casino revenue data Monday afternoon.
The state's four casinos pulled in nearly $65 million in January, up nearly 9 percent over the same month in 2014. Leading the state was the Columbus casino, which brought in nearly $18 million in revenue for a 17 percent gain.
January's revenue was down from the $71 million pulled in by the state's casinos in December.
The state collects about one-third of the revenues in taxes and distributes the money to counties, school districts, host cities and other entities.
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