GRAND JUNCTION - State Representative Al White says new gambling proposal would
provide more money for Colorado's public colleges and universities and promote
Colorado tourism. He says Colorado would double its current $100 million gaming
revenues by legalizing Las Vegas-style, no-limit gambling and letting casinos
operate 24 hours a day everyday.
"The thing I like about it is it solves our higher education problem not on the
backs of Colorado citizens," Rep. White said.
White's proposal would require a ballot measure to amend the state constitution.
In 1990 Colorado voters approved gambling at Black Hawk, Central and Cripple
Creek with $5 betting limits per game and limited operating hours. Casinos must
close between 2 a.m. and 8 a.m.
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