Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Harrison County, West Virginia video poker revenue decerases, causing funding cuts local fests!

Again, what do anti-smokers expect when bans affecting places catering to smokers take effect? Monthly video poker revenue decreased from $1.9 million in April(pre-ban), to $1.3 million in June(post-ban). Where's that surge of non-smokers that antis always say will suddenly show up, when bans pass? Not to mention, it said several local fests are now getting LESS money from the county, versus what they used to get.

I don't blame former Harrison County smoking patrons one bit for taking their business elsewhere, such as to Lewis and Barbour County!

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