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Casino License Bill Up For Vote

Will not raise costs for tracks to buy new slot machines

April 3, 2013

WHEELING — West Virginia Senate President Jeff Kessler expects his bill to reduce annual table gambling license fees for the state’s four casinos to pass out of the chamber today....

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Apr-04-13 2:41 PM

Cool, I just got censored! LOL

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Apr-04-13 2:40 PM

Jim Simms must be a big Pulp Fiction fan, or a Vincent Vega fan at the very least. ****

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Apr-04-13 12:03 AM

The daily attack from a partisan paper that never gets honest information from BOTH sides of any issue. The continued implication that the 5.9 million in the greyhound breeders fund comes 100% from taxpayers instead of bets is dispicable. That 5.9 million supports thousands of employees in various forms and more farms than can be counted. Horse and dog folks are not rich. They live week to week...except for maybe the top 1/2 percent. What percentage of newspaper owners, politicians and out of state casino owners live week to week?

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Apr-03-13 11:53 PM

But think of the dogs? Who will speak for them?


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Apr-03-13 9:51 AM


The GIVEAWAY of state tax revenue to dog "Breeders" is defenseless! This handout of HUNDREDS of MILLIONS of dollars to a host of CARPETBAGGERS is an outrage and has contributed ZERO to the State of West Virginia. IT MUST BE STOPPED.

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