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Reader Polls Feedback for:  September 5, through September 14, 2011
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As reported in this week’s IVLV Newsletter, two new California Indian Casinos have been approved by Secretary of Interior to build casinos not on land owned by the Indians prior to the cut off date of 1988. This week Readers Poll asks the question . . . do you think it is good or bad for Las Vegas to have two more Indian reservation Casinos in California?   What is your opinion?  We want to hear from you!( See other readers opinions below.) 


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Reader Poll Replies:

I think it will be good to have more casinos, great training grounds for beginners and then they will want to come to Vegas for the real thing.  Beth   Las Vegas NV

Does not matter to me.  Real players always end up in Las vegas.  Vickie L.  New York

I personally have no problem with Indian Casino's. They bring life to what has normally been a fairly dull area, create jobs, and boast the economy with surrounding hotels and restaurants. That fact that they can't serve alcohol on the floor like Vegas can keeps people a little more 'sane' than Vegas.  Jeff Batdorf   Anahein, CA

The more casinos that are built i think takes away from Las Vegas.  I could have an indian casino next door to me and i would still take the trip each year to the original sin city, Las Vegas.  Jenny L.

Even though Indian Casinos are in many states and i have played in several of them, they are not Las Vegas.  H. J. New York City, NY

Indian Casinos are similar to New Jersey to me.  Yes, they are called casinos but they are no where like the king, Las Vegas casinos.  Robert Johnson  Canada

Dont like Indian Casinos.  Tried thrre of them over the past five years and dont expect to go back.  Malinda Florida

 

 

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