Developments in Minnesota Online Gambling Ban, Grover on Obama’s Auto Industry Meddling, Pledge Breaking in the Florida House
The Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division spokesperson claims “The motive is to deal with sizable illegal gambling activity and to use the most reasonable tool we can to deal with it”. How is a ban on 210 random sites a ‘reasonable tool’ to use against citizens and establishments that have done nothing wrong?
Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform: “Apart from buying a car, the president of the United States should not have a relationship with an industry or company worthy of comment.”
“Americans for Tax Reform, a group headed by Grover Norquist, sent a letter to House members earlier in the week reminding them that they had "got it right" by opposing new taxes in their budget plan, opting instead to balance the $65 billion budget with deeper budget cuts.”