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Reader Polls Feedback for: May 5, through May 14, 2008

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Believe it or not, Las Vegas / Nevada is one of few states that does not have some form of Lottery. This week’s Reader Poll asks the question . . . do you think Nevada needs a lottery? What is your opinion? We want to hear from you!

PLEASE NOTE: The following text entries are the words of our readers
and may not be full sentences, correct grammar or correct spelling.

Reader Poll Replies:

I dont see why Nevada should not have a lottery, you can gamble on everything else.  Howard Finstein

No, Las Vegas has enough ways to take you money, so there is no reason for another form of gambling.  LInda L.  New Jersey.

Giving Las Vegas a lottery would be like giving Micheal Jackson another facelift-its not really necessary and may not enhance anything but it may be forthcoming regardless. A lottery in Nevada will not add to state or business coffers. It will only take from the excellent gambling establishments already created. Why bother?  Keith Adey  Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland  Canada

Absolutely. Why should local resident's not join in on the excitement of Mega millons being offered all over the country. The money raised from the lottery will go to supporting the homeless, and children who need surgery but can't afford it. Image all the children that will receive treatment, sight, corrective surgery that would not be possible if funds were not raised through lotteries. Its a Win-Win for everyone, especially the politicians who can boast about the good they are doing.  Steve Kecskes  Burlington / Ontario  Canada

Absolutely! Since I can't seem to win in California, then I could try my luck in Nevada!! The more chances, the better, I say!  Corinne Ward  Quartz Hill, CA

I live in Atlanta, where the lottery supports the local school system, so if it helps the kids, then yes. Plus, considering the gambling situation in Nevada, it just seems to fit.   Mark Owens  Atlanta, Ga.

The lottery is the ultimate sucker's bet and Nevadans are too smart to lap at this lollipop. Why offer the one lousy bet almost everyone can get back home? Let's lose the lottery -- it's lame.  Ken Harwood  Tulsa, OK

No. Lotteries are best left for those states whose politicians lack the courage to initiate casino gaming, and who would rather practice some pathetic form of denial that this is, in fact, a form of legalized gambling. Tim Lui-Kwan  Honolulu, Hawaii

I wouldn't be interested in the indoor sking,but Las Vegas brings people from all over the world. I think there would be lots of people who would love it.  Stephen Goodwin  Sedalia.Mo





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