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Prop. 68 Could Put Casinos in Your Backyard

Vote. Pretty Please. I know you will because all of us here at USC are faithful Trojans who uphold their duties as adult California citizens who really have a say in the state, and sometimes national, political elections. Assuming that we both feel the same way about this topic, I will assume that you are interested in learning more about key measures on this year’s ballot, specifically Proposition 68. Right?

It’s about gambling. OK, so now you concede and hastily grab this copy back out of the recycling bin. Yes, it’s about money. I love it and you do too. So does the state, apparently. Approximately a year ago, this proposition was drawn up at a stale government institution, inside of a dehumanizing cubicle somewhere in a Sacramento County police station. On the last day of its creation they titled it, "The Gaming Revenue Act of 2004."

In a student summary, this measure is not good. In the official title and summary, this proposition supports, "nontribal commercial gambling expansion." Meaning that one day after you graduate, get married, buy a house and have some kids, there will be a pretty good chance that while your child is attending school, recess might very well take place in the casino next door. If the effects are felt when you’re still a sexy single Trojan student, then on the weekend, instead of trekking all of the way over to Santa Barbara’s Chumash Indian Casino, you can easily go shopping at the Beverly Center’s Abercrombie & Fitch boutique, have Spago’s designer pizza for lunch and walk right over to the brand new casino on Sunset Boulevard where you can spend even more money.

On top of suggesting the destruction of perfectly nice neighborhoods and your wallet, the official proposal casually mentions how the proposition would enact, "tribal gaming compact amendments." This translates into an unjustified mandatory payment of approximately 25 percent of the revenue made by Indian casinos to local cities and counties.

Read the entire article at: Daily Trojan Online 

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