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Eye On America ( Gambling) #344395

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 19, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Illinois River: Bob Faw) Growing number of cities with gambling casinos featured; examples given of Cripple Creek, Colorado, and Peoria, Illinois. [Two WOMEN, Reverend Dick BRUNSKILL, casino operator Bob KONCZAK, Cripple Creek Mayor Henry HACK, Chicago Mayor Richard DALEY - talk about gambling and its appeal.] [University of Illinois John KINDT - talks about economics of gambling.] Results given of Harvard University study on the effect of gambling on jobs. Increased crime in Deadwood, SD, since the legalization of gambling there noted. [National Center for Pathological Gambling Valerie LORENZ - says government doesn't have right to legalize gambling.] [Connecticut Governor Lowell WEICKER - says gambling discourages other jobs.] Amount of money legally bet in the United States in 1990 noted.

Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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