COLUMBUS, OH - After missing their midnight deadline Ohio lawmakers finally
passed a bill at 4 am this morning that sets rules for the state's four future
casinos. The bill passed in the House 86-12 and in the Senate 21-12.
The bill establishes these rules for the new casinos authorized by voters last
fall in Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and Toledo:
• Only 21 and over can enter the casinos.
• No free drinks
• No smoking
• Alcohol cannot be served after 2:30 a.m.
The bill also creates a 7-member casino control commission to license and
regulate the casinos.
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