Ruling adds fuel to video lottery debate

By Beth Vorhees
Video lottery parlors could lose most of their machines if they begin to use gambling-related language in their advertising. The West Virginia Amusement and Limited Video Lottery Association is threatening to pull its machines out of parlors that advertise. Meanwhile, public hearings on video lottery parlors get underway this week in Kanawha County. Kanawha County Commission President Kent Carper and House Judiciary Committee Chairwoman Carrie Webster (D-Kanawha) weigh in on the latest.

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