Iowa casino measure lacks organized opposition

10/19/2010 | Omaha World-Herald (Neb.)

No anti-gambling groups have mounted a campaign against a measure on the Iowa ballot to renew gambling. Voters in the state must vote for casino gambling every eight years to keep three casinos in Council Bluffs that employ 2,600 workers. "Right now, there is not enough people who are interested in it enough to mount an offensive," said the Rev. Carlos Jayne, an anti-gambling activist.

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