9/17/08 Casino opponents bring up loophole in law

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Opponents of a casino-gambling proposal on the November ballot say it contains a loophole that could exempt the casino from paying the millions of dollars in taxes to every county in the state.

But backers of the proposal guarantee that the taxes will be paid.

One thing everyone can agree on about the amendment on the November ballot that would allow gambling in Ohio: if an American Indian casino opens in the state, a legal battle is likely.