Night move

June 2010
Crain's Cleveland Business;6/14/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 24, p10
In this article the author discusses a bill approved by the state legislature of Ohio providing state income tax deduction for losses on gambling. He criticizes the bill as it covers losses from gambling at anywhere. According to him, limiting it losses incurred in casinos in Ohio could have served as an inducement for people to do gambling in their state, thus bringing in potential tax revenue in times of foreseeable budgetary pressure.


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