As if introducing gambling laws that forbid you from smoking, drinking 24/7, receiving free drinks or gambling if you are under 21 years of age wasn’t bad enough, Ohio State legislators have bested even themselves by amending a recent casino bill that allows churches and non-profit organizations to continue holding fund-raising casino and poker nights, and offering instant bingo and other gambling at church festivals. There’s a cunning ruse to put people off gambling if ever I heard one. Read more.
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