Anti-table games ads fuzzy on the facts

By Scott Finn

sfinn@wvpubcast.org

Earlier this summer, voters approved table games at racetracks in Ohio and Hancock Counties and rejected them in Jefferson County. The last table games election is scheduled for Saturday in Kanawha County, and most observers think it’ll be close.

The debate has become heated, with each side throwing around all sorts of statistics. But how true are these claims? We decided to check them out. Tomorrow, we’ll examine the claims by table games supporters. Today, we look at the anti-gambling side. Scott Finn reports.

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