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Hey Daily Local! Where's your money?

Here's the deal. Daily Local, if it is so important for someone or some company to own the Docks who was born in the USA, why don't you buy it? I don't see you, the Teamsters, UAW, AFSME or any of the other entities that make up the bulk of our political Climate lining up to buy it. You chased everyone else out of town or the state, so it's just you!

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Lawmaker Addresses Issue 3 Shortcomings

Columbus—State Representative Clyde Evans (R-Rio Grande) today announced his intention to introduce a constitutional amendment to address the shortcomings of Issue 3, which passed a public vote on Tuesday.

In a press conference at the Ohio Statehouse, Evans stressed that the constitutional amendment would not change the casino services that Ohioans voted into effect, but instead would provide accountability and fairness in the new casino law.

Casinos at Toledo's doorstep?

There has been a flurry of casino talk in the last recently, and it won't end. The myohionow folks and their rivals plan to put a new initiative on the ballot to make gambling legal in Ohio.

casino gambling issue rejection

You Ohio people are so STUPID!!! Why would any idiot who lives in Ohio and can see people are loosing their jobs and moving out of state decide "their moral obligations" to decline issue 6 because they "think" that they don't gamble so why approve this sin (no one is forcing a gun to your head to play there, and for those morons that say "well I won't vote for it because it is too far to drive to I can go elsewhere closer". WE NEED JOBS PEOPLE!!!

OHIO ELECTION COMMISSION FINDS PROBABLE CAUSE IN ANTI-CASINO ADS

OHIO ELECTION COMMISSION FINDS PROBABLE CAUSE IN ANTI-CASINO ADS
(Columbus, 10/23/08)- The panel of the Ohio Election Commission (“OEC”)
found in favor of the MYOHIONOW/ISSUE 6 complaint of false advertising by the
Vote No On 6 PAC. The OEC panel found probable cause of false statements on
advertisements made on behalf of the Penn National/Argosy Casino funded Vote No

News Release Ohio Department of Taxation Analysis Issue 6, Ohio's Resort/Casino

Ohio Department of Taxation Analysis of ISSUE 6, Ohio's Resort Casino
Estimates come close to the studies and claims of MyOhioNow.com

(Columbus, Ohio-October 8)- The Ohio Department of Taxation along with the
Ohio Secretary of State and the Ohio Office of Budget and Management have
released the state's study and analysis State Issue 6, Ohio's Resort Casino.

INDIAN GAMBLING IN OHIO: A NON-ISSUE FOR ISSUE SIX

INDIAN GAMBLING IN OHIO:

A NON-ISSUE FOR ISSUE SIX

PROFESSOR BLAKE A. WATSON

UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON SCHOOL OF LAW

SEPTEMBER 22, 2008

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Issue 6 Is Under Attack by the largest and most costly opposition campaign in Ohio ever- estimated at $40 million.

CLEVELAND, Sept. 29 -- Issue 6 Ohio's Resort Casino , which was certified by
the Secretary of State by the Secretar. Issue 6 and will be on the ballot on
November 4th for Ohio voters statewide despite a last minute attempt to stop
Issue 6 by Penn National/Argosy Casino to keep Ohioans from voting on the
Issue was rejected by the Secretary of State.

Indian Casinos Have No Future in Ohio

MyOhioNow.com/Issue 6

(Beachwood, Ohio)- MyOhioNow.com which is seeking to pass Issue Six which would allow a $600 million resort/casino in southwest Ohio, will be the only casino in Ohio if the initiative passes on November 4th.

University of Toledo athletics once again investigated in gambling scandal

The UT is once again at the center of a gambling charge. This time around it is focused on Sammy Villegas who has been charged  with one count of conspiracy to influence sporting contests by bribery. This follows on the footsteps of the charges filed against Harvey "Scooter" McDougle last year on similar charges while playing for the UT Rockets football team.

Casino Petition Submitted to Ohio Secretary of State

COLUMBUS, Ohio, Aug. 5 / -- MyOhioNow.com submitted 800,000 signatures of
registered Ohio voters to the office of the Ohio Secretary of State at 9 am
today (8/5/08). To place an initiative on the ballot, a minimum of 402,275
registered Ohio voters are needed along with 5% of the registered voters in 44
counties. MyOhioNow.com collected approx. 800,000 signatures and met the

MYOHIONIOW PARTNER TO BE UNVEILED ALONG WITH CASINO PLANS

Via E-mail:

Meet the MyOhioNow partner on Thursday 5/1

When Ohio gambling is legal

It always bugs the hell out of me when I read about some church or charity throwing their annual "gaming" events. The Ohio bluenoses, who rage about slot machines and roulette wheels in bars and other businesses, suddenly go soft and mushy for their local fundraiser, grab their wallets, and go off to spend the evening putting money on a spinning wheel and playing blackjack.

Keno? Ohio deserves better than that

I'd just like to quickly point out to anyone that might not be aware of this, but Keno is one of the worst gambling games you can play in terms of the "house edge". The factor/amount of this house edge can vary based on the payout structure, but THE BEST you could hope for would be around 25% or so. This means that for every dollar you play, you will lose $0.25 in the long run.

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