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Evan

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Joe, you're failing. Badly.

It may be unprecedented, but this is your mess to fix:


Biden needs a plan. Can't just pawn this off on Harris any longer. Is there anyone interested in being President who's willing to actually make the hard decisions?
 

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The Alabama Senate passed a comprensive gaming bill tonight (lottery, casino style games, sports betting). The bill moves to a House committee for consideration.
 

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The Alabama Senate passed a comprensive gaming bill tonight (lottery, casino style games, sports betting). The bill moves to a House committee for consideration.
I almost wonder if they poison pilled gambling in Alabama by rolling it all into one. I could see a lottery passing, but the opposition to sports betting and casinos might be too much to overcome and the politicians who don't want any gambling will get their way. I hope I am wrong.
 

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I almost wonder if they poison pilled gambling in Alabama by rolling it all into one. I could see a lottery passing, but the opposition to sports betting and casinos might be too much to overcome and the politicians who don't want any gambling will get their way. I hope I am wrong.
It's kinda funny actually. Senator Del Marsh had a comprehensive gaming bill that failed about a month or so ago. Around the same time, Senator McLendon filed a straight lottery bill. Well, they basically gutted his lottery bill and included just about everything that Marsh had in his. It's almost like Marsh's bill came back from the dead under a new bill number. Anyway, word is the bill has some support. We will see what happens with the House. The Governor actually supports the legislation to allow the people to vote on it. I dare say she might even support the expansion of gaming in the state.
 

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