Should tax dollars be spent to draw maker of violent video games to Las Vegas?
Last month, the Nevada Economic Development Board signed off on a plan to invest $600,000 in tax dollars in a video game development company looking to relocate to Las Vegas.
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Since: Apr 12
#1 Jan 6, 2013
According to Time magazine, unemployment will stay high for a while. We are in no position to drive away good investors from Vegas. The demand for video games is huge. Old ladies want to ban anything violent and it would be stupid to turn down a money-making and job growth opportunity. Analysts say a lack of jobs drives up the violent crime rate!
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