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Table Games Fee Bill Read

Measure passes the first of three required readings

March 30, 2013

WHEELING — A bill to lower table gambling license fees for West Virginia racetracks had its first of three required readings in the state Senate Friday before it was sent back to the Finance......

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VincentVega

Mar-30-13 3:50 PM

The bill has been watered-down by special interests lobbyists. State Representatives have chosen to continue to hand out MILLIONS OF DOLLARS annually to OUT OF STATE "breeders" while life-long tax paying West Virginians are neglected, deprived and ignored. PASS KESSLER'S BILL OR LEAVE CHARLESTON AND STAY AT HOME!

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legal6

Mar-30-13 7:07 PM

The bill was produced by lobbyists. Duh. The track's lobbyists. All 40 of them. It was amended by Senator Snyder to save jobs and infrastructure.

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atoddh

Mar-31-13 6:05 PM

WD may still be in a losing situation.If so, they will shut down the tables.They have little regional appeal now.MNTG will probably be the sole surving casino in the NP going forward.

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