Alabama Senate approves bills for lottery, casinos

4.13.21 – In this article, Mike Cason reports that the Alabama State Senate approved the bill to provide Alabama citizens with the opportunity to vote on a constitutional amendment to legalize the lotteries and casinos. The key messaging points are contained in the following quote: “McClendon’s original bill proposed a constitutional amendment to allow voters to decide whether to have a lottery but did not include casinos. But the Senate tonight adopted a substitute bill by McClendon that added six new casinos to the plan. McClendon said he did not have enough support to pass the bill if it only included the lottery.”

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