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Gambling / Colorado #162496

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 14, 1996
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Reports introduced.

(Black Hawk, Colorado: Tom Foreman) The growth and growing pains associated with the development of limited-stakes gambling in the small towns of Colorado examined; scenes shown from Black Hawk, Colorado, to illustrate the changes that have left the town out of balance and dominated solely by gambling. [City manager Lynnette PARKER, city planning board Mark KIEFFER, University of Colorado tourism management professor Pat LONG, Gregory Street Casino Sharon PEREA - say change came too rapidly.]

(No location given: Antonio Mora) The turnaround that has halted five years of the expansion of casino gambling across the country featured. [Hampshire College professor Robert GOODMAN - says gambling does not lead to economic development.] [Two PEOPLE - comment.]

Reporter(s):
Foreman, Tom;
Mora, Antonio;
Simpson, Carole
Duration:
00:04:40

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