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CINCINNATI -- The first revenue reports for Ohio's newest casino will be released Monday.
If Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati is anything like its counterparts in Columbus, Cleveland and Toledo, revenues for its first month in business should top $20 million.
At $26 million, Cleveland's casino saw the biggest revenues during its first month of operation.
Cincinnati's $400 million casino opened to the public on March 4, about four years after Ohio voters approved of putting casinos in the state to boost jobs and the economy.
The casinos in Cleveland, Toledo and Columbus all have opened over the past year and brought in more than $459 million combined. A third of that has gone to Ohio schools, counties and cities.
By AMANDA LEE MYERS
The Associated Press