The only relevant part of the MS statue reads:
As the primary business of a casino is to extract your money from you, the consensus is that CC is legal if the casino has no signage, which most here do. I wouldn't go to the bar area though.
any portion of an establishment, licensed to dispense alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises, that is primarily devoted to dispensing alcoholic beverages; any portion of an establishment in which beer or light wine is consumed on the premises, that is primarily devoted to such purpose;
This does not include casinos on Indian Reservation property, where carry is illegal.
MS State gaming laws also do not prohibit CC by customers, though all employees are prevented from bringing firearms on the premises, including in their vehicle. Haven't been to a casino in quite a while, but supposedly now the security guards are not armed.
Trespassing laws still apply though, and if you are asked to leave for any reason you must do so. It is illegal to carry a firearm in MS if you are consuming alcohol.
Surfed around a bit, seems that all Tunica casinos have signage, and the Gulf Coast ones did pre-Katrina, but not today.
MS law allows you to keep a concealed weapon in your vehicle, so if you decide not to CC inside and hit the big one, you can ask for an escort to your vehicle.
Did not read LA statutes but seems that LA CC laws read just like MS laws, and pretty much everything above also applies to LA, including Indian casinos.
Supposedly CC is now legal in Las Vegas....I've never been so have no idea.
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