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Iowa Problem Gamblers Sign Up for Self-Ban

Discussion in 'Casino Industry Discussion' started by oldman, Mar 4, 2005.

    Mar 4, 2005
  1. oldman

    oldman Dormant account

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    IOWA As reported by the Des Moines Register: "About 240 gambling addicts have signed agreements voluntarily banning themselves statewide from Iowa's riverboats and racetrack casinos, state officials said today.

    "The Iowa Legislature approved the statewide self-exclusion option last year. It took effect Nov. 1.

    "People can arrange to be banned by showing up at any riverboat or racetrack, or by visiting any state-sponsored regional gambling treatment center, according to the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission"
     
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  3. ngb1959

    ngb1959 Newbie member

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    I did this in Missouri and regret it. It's a lifetime ban. Sucks. Don't do it.
     

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