6 comments

  1. fmlaw1 says:

    So, what is it going to take to get the horse industry up and running (pun intended) in Georgia? This should create a good bit of jobs, both on and off the track.

    Could it be the .gov, afraid it would put the state lottery at risk? Heck, I would think the potential rake from the casinos to the state would _save_ the Hope Scholarship, helping it expannd instead of contract.

  2. AMB says:

    Excuse me but it’s my money and if I want to gamble here or Las Vegas or Macau, what business is that of yours?
    Talk about the nanny state.

  3. saltycracker says:

    The difference is the politicians want to pick one winner in taxing the gambling industry – Education.

    What does education have in common with professional sports like the LA Dodgers, Texas Rangers and Chicago Cubs or many, many players ?
    You can’t throw enough money at them as they go bankrupt.

    No problem if property taxes for education go away and revenue moves into the domain of consumption taxes.

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