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Be Careful What You Wish For

July 13, 2013

Some of those involved in horse racing at the Charles Town, W.Va., track are objecting to a change in how their sport is regulated. They have taken their complaint to the state Supreme Court....

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legal6

Jul-13-13 9:13 PM

Didn't the lottery commission come after (chronologically) the horse and greyhound industries? Didn't the casinos sell much of the idea to the voters as an aid to support the "vital" industry of thoroughbreds and greyhounds due to not only the jobs, but the infrastructure that it affects? Why not an article about the track getting approved by the Commission to use automated casino machines thus getting rid of more jobs. Those same jobs that they used to get voters to approve the casino in the first place and those same jobs you talked about all leg. session to get the casino's 2.5 mil gone? Tough for you to be impartial with your association to the casino with them advertising in your paper and other's owned by your boss. Wonder why the media's reputation with the public is so low. Where's there a used car salesman when you need one? You continue to be transparently disingenuous. Start charging a buck a month for this site and see how many subscribers you get.

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legal6

Jul-14-13 1:02 AM

Weren't you the guy who just a couple of weeks ago said not to do anything until proper surveys are done in regards to WV gambling?

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BrianW

Jul-14-13 2:43 AM

It's obvious who this paper is subsidized by.

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