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Farm State Gambling #305596

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 28, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced.

(Dubuque, Iowa) Midwest farming states' efforts to improve econs. with parimutuel racing or lotteries examined. [MAN - praises idea.] [Iowa racing commission spokesperson Larry SCALISE, lottery commission spokesperson Ed STENAK - explain preferred semantics.] Anticipated gambling revenues for Iowa noted. [Dubuque Mayor Jim BRADY - is optimistic over nearby dog track.] [Track manager Roy BERGER - defs. program.] [Sociologist Vernon RYAN [sic] - notes ability to gamble all day.] [MAN - cites economy's role in shaping society's values.] [Inter Church Agency spokesperson Paul STANFIELD - thinks overriding motive is greed.] George Washington quoted. [WOMAN - comments.]
REPORTER: Frank Currier

Currier, Frank

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