Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Yeah or Nay on A?

The pro-and-con forces of Proposition A hit Springfield Wednesday.
WATCH THE KY3 NEWS @ 10 REPORT HERE
KENNY HULSHOF PLANS TO VOTE "NO"
JAY NIXON'S POSITION UNCLEAR
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FOR MORE ON THE DEBATE Between Proposition A Proponent Gregg Keller and Opponent Evelio Silvera, Click Below.
ITEMS AT ISSUE: First, the elimination of the "player card I.Ds," included in the ballot initiative . . . Then, how voters can guarantee the money will trickle down into schools.

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STATEMENTS FROM THE CANDIDATES FOR GOVERNOR:

(Provided By NOonA.com)

JAY NIXON, in a 2005 letter to Casino Watch: "A key challenge in the fight against crime is keeping criminal elements out of our state. Casinos - and in particular, those without loss limits - can provide an attractive and convenient means for drug dealers, organized crime, and even potential terrorists to 'launder' money derived from criminal activity, thus hiding the illegal origin of that money."

KENNY HULSHOF, in a 2008 statement to Casino Watch: "Proposition A removes mandatory identification requirements the Missouri State Highway Patrol needs to solve crimes such as identity theft, sexual assault, kidnapping, murder and more. Missouri's safety depends on keeping these critical law enforcement tools. Missouri does not need the problems caused by increased gambling. That's why I'm voting no on Proposition A."


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