The Indiana Gaming Commission will review casino capacity limits after Gov. Holcomb announced the final reopening stage

INDIANAPOLIS — Nearly all capacity restrictions on businesses have been lifted across the state, but there are still restrictions on casinos. Governor Holcomb’s “Stage 5” order lifting limits on restaurants and bars doesn’t apply to casinos, which answer to the Indiana Gaming Commission. The commission’s guidelines cap casinos at half capacity, the same limit bars faced until Saturday. The agency says it’s reviewing Holcomb’s reopening order to assess how it should affect its guidance to casinos and will talk with casinos seeking more leeway. Casino Association of Indiana president Matt Bell says casinos are “very satisfied and content” with the regulations, which he boasts are among the nation’s strongest health protections for gamblers.