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Is Las Vegas Really A Gambling House?
When politicians get together and make a gambling authority to oversee and monitor the casinos in Nevada, they inadvertently create one of the most significant misuse of power and greed that exists in the world today. Why do I say this? Well, because the Gambling Commission and the politicians that created the commission, did so to be able to safeguard the gaming industry from competition. Needless to say, the end result of this is obvious in the way that the gambling industry operates.

Maybe in retrospect, state and city leaders would also be better off if they had retained the Convention Center available and rather put on large events and putting all their hard-earned money into a gambling facility which pays absolutely no taxes and pays small amounts for the use of the property in the center of the greatest city in the state. The reason for this is simple; there's not any money in Macau, because Macau is bankrupt. The people who have the properties surrounding the Convention Center are only interested in using the tax money that comes in, to pay their own executives and rent out their property. This is exactly what is happening in Las Vegas, with the Clark County Recreation and Parks Department.

Now then, I want to go into detail about the legal aspects of gambling in Las Vegas, which is the primary and first article. What I am about to tell you is extremely disturbing and shows the entire lack of integrity of politicians trying to pass laws that serve only the interest of particular interests. One example of that is that the newly passed Gambling Law, also known as House Bill 1080. For people who don't understand, House Bill 1080 is a really controversial gambling bill that tries to impose a ban on online gaming in Nevada.

It is important to note that the House Bill has been signed into law and is now part of the State's Constitution. So, though it may have appeared as a gaming proposal, the real intent was to restrict online gambling at all Las Vegas casinos. Obviously, all casinos in Las Vegas opposed the House Bill and even said so publicly. This was nothing new to me, and yet it is better to know what all of our elected officials consider your right to bet.

In reference to that, I wish to have a look at how gambling in Las Vegas really works. When gamblers come to Las Vegas, they need to gamble at one of three casinos in the Venetian casino complex. All the other casinos are owned by somebody else, making betting in Las Vegas a very symbiotic relationship for both the casinos and the gamblers. The casinos earn money from gambling addicts, while the gamblers pay taxes, get their hotels and food lodging, and generally get a excellent deal for gambling. So long as that is going on, the politicians will never have any problem passing ridiculous laws that serve only to benefit the gambling industry and hurt the rest of us.

먹튀검증커뮤니티 Now then, why do I say all this? Gambling is legal in most American towns, except for New Orleans. And yet there are many areas where it is illegal to bet (including parts of Florida, where the law is probably much less strict). So it stands to reason that the ordinary citizen in an Atlantic City, Las Vegas, or Jacksonville area does not have a very large amount of exposure to gaming, and therefore has no reason to be worried about it. Whereas the typical citizen of a enormous northern city like Toronto or Montreal would.

But that is my point: it isn't the laws that regulate gambling that are bad. It's the politicians who pass these laws which are bad. That is my main article, but if you read the whole thing, you will discover that I am not nearly as harsh on the gambling community as I was before publishing this report. In fact, I actually support legalized gambling in vegas. And why I support it, I will let you know in a subsequent article.

My primary beef with gambling generally, and Las Vegas in particular, is that it degrades the value of your home and raises your property taxes. It reduces tourism, and it causes problems in other areas of government, such as urban planning. And, perhaps worst of all, it destroys relatives, which is supposedly one of the goals of marriage in the beginning anyway. The only way that gambling should be legal in Las Vegas is if you're married to a casino employee and know nothing else about gambling, or if your family owns a home in Las Vegas and you want to gamble with your money there.

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