Why the $500 Loss Limit Should Not Be Repealed
GAMBLING DOLLARS ARE BUDGET BUSTERS
NOT BUDGET BOOSTERS
Missouri Should Not Repeal
the $500 Loss Limit
The $500 Loss Limit was an idea proposed by the casinos themselves
The $500 Loss Limit does not interfere with "recreational gambling".
The $500 Loss Limit helps to reduce pathological gambling.
The $500 Loss Limit is a significant deterrent to money laundering by the mob and terrorists. more info. more info
The $500 Loss Limit is a significant deterrent to prostitutes for "high-rollers" more info
The $500 Loss Limit helps to contain the economic and social costs of gambling borne by Missourians who do not gamble. more info
The $500 Loss Limit helps to reduce the violent crimes committed in casinos, the graphic suicide/murder stories and the number of devastated families.
CASINO WATCH's Briefing Points
Concerning The Proposed Repeal Of Missouri's $500 Loss Limit Law
Consumer Credit of Des Moines
Addiction Expert Valerie C. Lorenz, Ph.D., CPC
Addiction Expert Edward J. Looney
Executive Director of The Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey, Inc.
They Play -- You Pay
What Gambling Cost Missourians
Crimes at Casinos
Gambling Addiction Crime Against Business
Casinos in florida
An Analysis of the Economic and Social Impacts
Wisconsin Policy Research Institute Report
The Social Costs of Gambling in Wisconsin
An emergency alert posted by casinowatch.org on 4/24/03