More states than ever are turning to casino gambling to boost their coffers. Maryland’s new Horseshoe Casino generated nearly $6 million in its first week. And Massachusetts just approved a $1.6 billion gaming resort to be built on a plot of polluted land north of Boston. But casinos are far from a sure bet. States like Delaware and New Jersey that adopted gambling earlier than their neighbors are seeing their casinos close and revenue drain away. Guest host Steve Roberts and his guests discuss winners and losers in the casino industry and how its fortunes are affecting state coffers and local communities.