Gambling Petition Needs Clarification

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

The co-chairman of a petition drive seeking to legalize casino gambling in Nebraska says the possibility of several such proposal on the November ballot could be confusing to voters.

Co-chairman Greg Robinson is Kimball's mayor. His group Keep the Money in Nebraska Coalition, hopes to allow for two casinos in Omaha and allow for slot machines at other venues around the state.

A legislative proposal is already guaranteed to be on the ballot. That proposal would allow for two casinos anywhere in the state.

Robinson says his group will need to explain the differences between the two proposals.

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