Monday, March 31, 2003
And today, Romney flipped on gambling. The Fraud Governor is no longer interested in pursuing 'blocking payments', rather now wants to auction five-year licenses to three 'slot-machine parlors' across the state. He claims that slots would bring in $300 million a year, yet not commit the state to a long-term expansion of casino gambling, which could bring social problems and increased crime.

Happy to hear that three 'slot machine parlors' would not increase social problems in the state. I guess this means the Fraud Governor can continue to try to shut down the Mass. Council on Compulsive Gambling.


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