Congressman Bright weighs in on gambling debate

Full story: WSFA-TV Montgomery

There's no denying it, gambling is perhaps the hottest topic in Alabama. "This should not be an issue that divides our state," says 2nd District Congressman Bobby Bright.
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#1 Jan 17, 2010
I never thought I'd agree with Bright on anything, but I have to say, he nailed it right on the head this time.

Let the voters decide if gambling should be legal in Alabama.

Another initiative on that ballot should be to get the state of Alabama out of the hard liquor market, give it over to legitimate retailers and let the taxpayers reap the benefits of a competitive enterprise.

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