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Sweepstakes café owners speak out against proposed ban

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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- North Carolina Senators want to say good-bye to internet sweepstakes cafés. Last night the Senate voted 47-1 to ban the gambling parlors many senators say have skirted the 2006 ban on video poker.

Local sweepstakes owners say it's unfair to the business owners and their customers.

"Everyone has their own right and opinion as to what they should be able to do," Alexis Ginn said. "I don't think they should take it away, because if the citizens want to play. It should be an option for them."

New Hanover County's Julia Boseman was the only senator who voted against the ban. The bill now moves on to the House, where it could face a much tougher road.

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boseman's lone vote

"Everyone has their own right and opinion as to what they should be able to do," Alexis Ginn said. "I don't think they should take it away, because if the citizens want to play. It should be an option for them."

Sounds like a Julia fan, do what you want when you want hedonism. Maybe we will find out who is behind the anti-christian billboards... you wont have to look far.

anti christian

why are they anti christian billboards did it ever occur to you that everyone is not christian us true christians dont worry about billboards since we didnt become christians from reading billboards and it if a billboard really bothers you how christian are you may i ask?