South Carolina Voters Support State Online Gambling Rights

South Carolina Voters Support State Online Gambling Rights According to a local TV station, WLTX, state voters in South Carolina voted on non-binding referendum questions posed by both the Republican and Democratic parties.

Democrats asked voters online gambling legalization should be decided on a federal or state level. The majority of voters believe that state rights should be protected.

The majority of voters also are of the opinion that online gambling revenue could be used for construction and maintenance of bridges and roads.

While Democrats targeted online gambling issues, the Republicans avoided it. Instead voters were asked to provide feedback on abortion and income tax.

The Republican questions received more attention with 290,000 responses while 114,000 responses were recorded for the Democrats.

As a result of the responses from voters, Democrat Representative James Smith said House Democrats will get to work on a bill next year.

  • Recently the discussion of the US infrastructure crumbling around us has become a major focus of the federal government. The federal deficit increasing by the minute should be the dictation coming from congress that states could manage this construction with only minimal support from the feds if each state could legalize online gambling as they see fit. We will see what SC legislators come up with to satisfy the state populous.

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