The Arkansas casino industry has a long way to go. Above all, this is after the state’s Attorney General Leslie Rutledge ruthlessly deals with a referendum question before her. What is before she is a question of whether people can vote a yes or no on casino expansion. Supporters of the motion want the state to authorize three commercial casinos. Now, this is again history as the AG pushes back the bid.
New York Times: Sept. 2014 - Editorial: Voter ID on trial in Texas: An absurdly strict law that accepts as proof of identity a concealed-weapon permit but not a student identification card is being challenged in court.
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Brexits malign effects to be felt through drip feed of damage as JP Morgan's approach to relocation shows JP Morgan boss Jamie Dimon has revised down an initial estimated of jobs immediately leaving London but they could still go over the long term Getty With their paranoid fantasies constant braying about betrayal and general thuggishness the snarling mob of Brexiteers often do a better job of making the case against the thing than most of us who oppose it. The danger we face could…