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Ted Strickland and Storks

August 16, 2009 at 12:37 am Matt Leave a comment Go to comments

In a column attacking Ted Strickland’s flimsy budget, Thomas Suddes had this to say about Ted Strickland’s executive order to expand gambling in Ohio:

Also ticking is a lawsuit by an anti-gambling lobby, LetOhioVote.org, demanding that Ohioans be allowed to vote on Strickland’s plan to install slot machines, managed by the State Lottery Commission, at Ohio’s seven racetracks. Strickland opposes a statewide vote. He and his allies claim a statewide vote would stall the slots plan, wrecking the budget. And they argue that voters authorized slots 36 years ago, in 1973, in approving a state lottery. (If so, storks deliver babies.)

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