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The blog of The Antient and Honourable John Adams Society, Minnesota's Conservative Debating Society www.johnadamssociety.org

Monday, November 29, 2004

State GOP Split Over Expansion of Gambling

Immediately prior to the November 2 election, Governor Pawlenty, Speaker of the House Steve Sviggum, Senate Minority Leader Dick Day and State GOP Chairman Ron Eibensteiner stood united behind a plan to bring the state to the trough of casino gambling revenue. Immediately, Allen Quist criticized the efforts. Now GOP National Committeeman Jack Meeks takes a stand in the Star Tribune. His commentary can be found here. State GOP is at a crossroads. Will Minneapolis-St. Paul avoid becoming a cold Omaha by becoming the cold Las Vegas?

Blogger King Oliver said...

The platform of the Republican Party of Minnesota is clearly opposed to any expansion of gambling. Perhaps our leaders haven't had time to read it? It's not long, and it's posted at the RPM website. It also has something to say about President Bush's amnesty proposal.

6:15 PM, November 30, 2004  

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