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Testimony urges swift action on planned racino

Crews look for work elsewhere while project is on hold

April 12, 2013

AUSTINTOWN — As a large addition to St....

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Apr-12-13 9:09 AM

Oh, I forgot to mention again that this Pennsylvania owned racino will s*ck enormous amounta of entertainment dollars from local businesses while bringing in very little revenue from outside the area.

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Apr-12-13 9:01 AM

In an ideal world, The state would issue multiple licenses for racetracks and let free market competition decide which company's plan best satisfied the consumer at an acceptable return for investors.

The gambling setup in Ohio and most other states is a good example of crony capitalism. Firms like Penn National pay big upfront fees to get a monopoly in an area to lockout competition. Then, bureaucrats, who are self proclaimed gambling experts, get to impose their whims on their regulated subjects. I won't lose any sleep if this "racino" comes up lame.

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Apr-12-13 4:50 AM

This is suppose to be a horse racing site with slot machines, not the opposite. They knew they needed to put enough seats in place for people to watch the horse races and didn't. Make them do it right and the Ohio Racing Commission is right on this one.

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