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Indiana casino owners say they need to find ways to become more competitive after losing more than $110 million in revenue to increased competition from neighboring states. They're hoping Representative Tom Dermody of LaPorte will help. He's been visiting casinos around the state to assess the situation. But, many conservative lawmakers and Governor Pence are against expansion of gambling. Dermody says any decision lawmakers make needs to make sense for the entire state. But he says he hopes to overcome the in-state turf battles that have bogged down discussions of gambling changes in the past.