Strickland’s VLT Directive: Ohio Will Have Up to 17,500 Slots!
The state keeps 50% of all net revenue, each track will pay $65,000,000 for a license, and each of the 7 racetracks can have up to 2500 VLTs.
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This is expected to raise (supposedly) $933 million over the biennium, but I still think a deficit will linger and Strickland better pray the gambling ballot issues passes. In the mean time, Senate Republicans bought Gov. Strickland more than 6 months of breathing room and he gets to campaign as a fiscal conservative who didn’t raise taxes. Great job, idiots.
In the mean time, Mr. Zanotti- Let the lawsuits fly!
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