Should voters be able to approve casino gambling in Texas?
Comment: Think how much revenue will stay in Texas!!! by Nathan
Comment: If revenue is needed by Texas, then this is a no brainer to collect much needed revenue. Missouri collects Casino revenue for Education and Veterans, so why can't Texas do this. You definitely need regulation and establish a Commission to oversee licensing and discipline. by Kathy
Comment: So many gamblers in TX, just waiting for this to happen here!!! It would bring millions to our state!!! Even more! by Anita
Comment: This would create jobs. by Diane
Comment: Texas is losing MILLIONS in tax revenue from people traveling out of state to Louisiana and Oklahoma. by Poker
Comment: Does not add value to our economy. Minimum wage jobs. No long term utility. Keep gambling out of Texas. by Ronald
Comment: MORE JOBS ! MORE TAXES ABD HOPEFULLY OUR STUPID ELECTED OFFICIAL WILL SPEND IT CORRECTLY. by MICKEY
Comment: I believe it would help the State bring in money from people who come from out of state and leave their money in the State of Texas! Hotels, restaurants, gas stations etc. Instead people of Texas taking money out of state. by Debbie
Comment: There is nothing positive about gambling. I am against it. You should have asked if casino gambling be up to the voters to disapprove or approve.It shouldn't be up to the lawmakers, they are so corrupt, it doesn't feel like America.
Comment: The sooner the better!!! by Floy
Comment: considering that i have gone to las vegas in the past and later this week we are going to oklahoma to the casinos there and my cousnins and aunt and uncle go to other states all the time. its time we keep the money here. by tim
Comment: When you go to a Louisana casino 8 out of 10 car plates are from Texas in the parking lot including mine. by John
Comment: Lets bring the money to Texas! Why are we funding neighboring states for things we can benefit from?? by Sandy
Comment: No one should actually expect tax profits to go to education but the casino dollars need to stay in Texas. It entertainment dollars well spent. by B
Comment: We should have the right to gamble. by rand
Comment: Ive been to New Orleans and Vegas and the money NEVER accomplishes what it's supposed to do and there's a lot of poverty, drugs, crime and homeless citizens due to increased gambling. by Daniel
Comment: Keep the Texas money in Texas. by Mary Jane
Comment: Other states are making money off of our Texas residents. It's about time we are ask if voters get a chance to vote. YES by Margie
Comment: I don't think it would be a good idea having casinos in Texas. by Desirae
Comment: If revenues are to help with education, and scholarships, it would be great, and also would create more jobs. by Daniel
Comment: Yes, this issue should be brought before the voters to decide. However, I am against casino gambling anywhere. The economy is not good and people will think they can "get rich quick". by Shirley J.
Comment: It should be the private citizens not the politicians who receive kickbacks to decide if gambling should be allowed in Texas by Anna
Comment: It generates MILLIONS in taxes and will drive Texas tourism up tremendously! Until then, Lousiana and Nevada continue to take our money by Joseph
Comment: Gambling could be used to fund education or other things. It would be a win-win for Texas. by Cynthia
Comment: why can"t Texas have that money goes to the okies and cajuns? It is time for US.The church people will benefit too. by Joe
Comment: I really hope that people don't fall for the education money. Because that was the reason the state use for the Lottery and look at how much money it cut from the education program. by Delia
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