Ohio’s First Casino Commission Appointed
February 24, 2011
In 2009, casinos were approved to be built by voters. The cities approved for
the casinos were Cincinnati, Cleveland, Toledo, and Columbus. Governor John
Kasich on Thursday appointed Ohio’s first casino commission to oversee the
state’s gaming activities.
The commission will consist of seven people. The former fist women speak of the
Ohio House, Jo Ann Davidson, will serve as the committee chair. It is required
by state law that the commission will include certain requirements. The
committee must consist of representation from the counties where the casinos are
to be built. As well as an individual with law enforcement experience, an
attorney, and a certified public accountant. Filling the six positions are John
Steinhauer, June Taylor, McKinley Brown, Peter Silverman, Martin Hoke, and
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