Officials wary of casinos's alcohol proposal
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#1 Nov 28, 2008
That should be fine, but upon exiting the casino doors should be breathilizers over seen by the state. If patrons fail the casino either puts them up for the night or pays for a cab for them. The casinos can't have it both ways.
#2 Nov 29, 2008
Why should the casinos continue to be different than any other establishment that serves / sells liquor? As it is they are receiving special treatment.
Have you ever seen a casino have it's permit suspended for selling to minors or any other infraction as so many others have.
If the casions are allowed to serve /sell liquor 24/7 because it would increase revenue to the state all others should be allowed also as it would increase revenue through sales tax revenue
#3 Nov 29, 2008
im all for it/.,.kj;k hic up!!!!!!!!!!
#5 Nov 30, 2008
Ah, it was a joke. lighten up. And by the way, there are drunks driving 24 hours a day now. Odds are in there favor for not getting caught. Check with statistics from MADD or a police agency on the average amount of times a person drives drunk before they
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