Push for Texas casino gambling gaining traction

Texas senate members are taking the steps to make a constitutional amendment to legalize casino style gambling in Texas. There are strong words from both sides of the argument.

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Liberty Seeker - 4/12/2013 4:59 AM
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While the government is considering letting the people have the freedom to vote on issues, how about if the city gives the people the freedom to vote on the issue of outlawing municipal fees and/or taxes on utility bills. How about allowing the people to vote on the amendment to the city charter mandating municipal employees and property to obey each and every law and regulation they impose upon us? As if the government officials or employees could ever be able to lead by example, to maintain the illusion of a democratically elected representative republic. They are still unable and/or unwilling to obey the only criminal law embedded within the charter. Another law would still be broken with immunity by corrupt officials, and corrupt co-workers who protect them. I support legal casinos, as long as none can be opened up inside city limits of any municipality, large or small.
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