BABY NEEDS SHOES!: Gambling with Nevada's children


  The state’s top Democrats need a history lesson.

  Last week Senate Majority Leader Steven Horsford and Assembly Speaker Barbara Buckley flashed their ignorance of the Silver State’s nearly 150-year legacy of caring for children when they criticized a proposal to lower the legal gambling age from 21 to 18 as a revenue-generator during the recession.

  Read my column in Tuesday's Review-Journal to find my brilliant solution.
 

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