Nightline: America's Big Gamble #647569
ABC Special for Monday, May 31, 1993
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Taped segments re: legal gambling in the US with Al Dale (ABC), Professor Bill Eadingtom, Glenn Schaeffer of Circus Circus, Professor Bill Thompson, Davenport (Iowa) Mayor Patrick Gibbs, Sioux Tribe Chairman Leonard Prescott, and Chippewa Tribe Chairman Bernard Booshore, casino owners Bruce Schmalz and Ross Grimes, Cripple Creek (Colorado) fire chief Jeff Ruckers, New Orleans (Louisiana) Mayor Sidney Barthelemy, casino opponent Garey Forster, Louisiana state Representative David Vitter, casino opponents James Hardy and Tim Ryan, musician Pete Fountain, Dr. Robert Hunter, Cripple Creek residents Doris Morris and Sparky Haas, Nelson Rose of the Whittier College Law School, and unidentified others, with introductory remarks by Ted Koppel (ABC).
- Koppel, Ted (ABC);
- Dale, Al (ABC)
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