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There are 3 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Sep 15, 2009, titled Latest onA A A slots: ageA A A limit, newA A A suit. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Gov. Ted Strickland tried yesterday to quell one of the controversies surrounding his slots-at-racetracks plan by raising the minimum age for players from 18 to 21, even as opponents filed a third lawsuit to stop its implementation.

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bambam_138

Columbus, OH

#1 Sep 15, 2009
Im against casinos in Ohio simply becouse after being a truckdriver 18 years i see what gambling and casinos bring with them(gambling addiction,thugs,drugs,prostatu tion the list goes on)How ever not so much against slot machines at race tracks even though it's just a baby step toward getting gambling here.
I am for however Our right to vote,What you and i are for isnt the case, its about we the people as a whole,we've lost our right to choose if we wear a seat belt,Busness owners have lost thier right too choose wether they are smokeing or non smokeing,The more rights we let our government take the more they seem to want,Kinda like a bunch of kids,,,give them an inch and they'll want a mile,We the people need to wake up,exersize our right to vote,And fight for our right to choose,Thanks for reading ,God bless,
go for it

Columbus, OH

#2 Sep 15, 2009
Do these few state reps think we need them to tell us how to live? Or the Christian Group that probably is just trying to get rid of the comptetition? Someone should put these reps on the spot and ask them how they propose to balance the budget if they win their lawsuit. Maybe they aren't satisfied with Ohio being the 5th highest taxed state in the country. Maybe they want us to be #1 at something.
Summer_Kelley

Galloway, OH

#3 Sep 15, 2009
Thank God some of our state leaders are finally upholding some semblance of accountability!!

go for it, these republican reps proposed streamlining state government and cutting down extraneous Medicaid expenditures...which would have saved billions of $$. So there's their plan for balancing the budget... not passing an initiative that ignores the will of the people and violates the Ohio Constitution!

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