Columbus sues to close two Internet cafes

Apr 27, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Columbus Dispatch

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DeWine is someone I never expect a correct decision from.

The state would be wise to license these operations and impose a tax. People are going to do this no matter how. The state would be wise to regulate it and get their cut.

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Why not license and tax them? In Nevada, they have the mega-corp casinos (the strip and Reno) and otherwise they have the "local" casinos -- independent casinos that the locals use. Locals don't care to go to the strip. Win-win situation in my view. How is this really different from the bingo halls in the west side? Licensing. Still gaming, still gambling really.

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