Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Journal and Courier Online - News

Journal and Courier Online - News:

"Mom's Place, a tavern on Lafayette's north end, went from pulling in $25,000 a month to $10,000 a month as customers who used to play the devices no longer came in.
'People here like to gamble. Doesn't matter if it's slots or lottery tickets,' Nobile said. 'Business went down for us. And think about it -- we pay sales tax every month, not just alcohol but food. That's a lot of money the state is not getting.'
She supports House Bill 1153, which would allow bars and taverns in Indiana to offer pull tabs and other low-stakes gambling."
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