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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    With regulation. I believe this state can prosper with casinos and horse racing.

    Robert Winder

    State Representative,
    Boise, Idaho

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  • NEUTRAL
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    I believe that gambling can be a drain on society. However, in a free society people have the right to do as they please. I wouldn't agree with putting casinos on every corner. I believe that here in California, the current combination of poker casinos and Indian casinos meets California's gaming needs, without going overboard.

    John P. Hoop

    State Assembly,
    Signal Hill, California

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    Get gov't, of every level, completely out of this business.

    Gregory Creswell

    U.S. Representative,
    Detroit, Michigan

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  • NEUTRAL
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    Is gambling a sin? If you want to go to hell, that is up to you. I don't care. If you have an addiction and need help, there are places already established that you can go to.

    Cherunda Fox

    President,
    Detroit, Michigan

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    The government needs to stop interfering in the private lives of the American citizen. It is not their responsibility or obligation to babysit adults.

    Aaron Moreau-Cook

    State Representative,
    Bothell, Washington

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  • OPPOSE
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    People, especially the poor, have better things to do with their money rather than throwing it away to big corporation casinos.

    Mark Lovell

    State Representative,
    Eads, Tennessee

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