Gambling & Casinos

Whether one opposes or supports laws that permit legal gambling, including casinos, lotteries, online wagering, and betting on animals.


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    There is absolutely nothing wrong with gambling. The current laws that we have in place currently are working and should not be amended.

    Troy Hay

    President,
    LaPorte, Indiana

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    There are Winners and Losers. It's a matter of fact.

    W. Howard Myers

    City Councilor,
    Petersburg, Virginia

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    I propose my government platform New Intelligence Crime Solving Management Recognition Education that will solve the past, present and future liability and responsibility of the government to WHETHER ONE OPPOSES OR SUPPORTS LAWS THAT PERMIT LEGAL GAMBLING, INCLUDING CASINOS, LOTTERIES, ONLINE WAGERING, AND BETTING ON ANIMALS education, law, regulation and discipline.

    Lee L Mercer, Jr.

    President,
    Houston, Texas

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    Eddie Pirkowski

    U.S. Senator,
    Kihei, Hawaii

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    In a free market, services should not be illegal without just cause, this includes entertainment venues. Legalized private casinos and gambling services, whether physical or online, are just one more industry that could be used to diversify Michigan's economy, promoting growth and new job opportunities.

    William Baker

    State Representative,
    Kalamazoo, Michigan

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    I oppose gambling. I do not impose my morality on others. I would say that the privilege to gamble would fall under the freedom to contract.

    "DC" Caldwell

    Justice of the Peace,
    Houston, Texas

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