Posted Wednesday, September 20, 2006 9:47 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Anti-gambling forces will attack the college tuition promises of the electronic-slots proposal on the November ballot, in hopes of tainting the issue's strongest selling point. Vote No Casinos unveiled its strategy Tuesday, the same day slots backers learned that their bid to bring 31,500 slot machines to Ohio has been certified for the Nov. 7 ballot. The Plain Dealer reports that Cedar Fair has contributed to Vote No Casinos.
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