Referendums On Gambling, Lotteries, Casinos With AM-Props-GamblingThe Associated Press , Associated Press
Oct. 20, 1992 12:28 PM ET
UNDATED Undated (AP) _ Nov. 3 ballot measures pertaining to gambling:
- California: Under a state law allowing casino-type card rooms with local approval, six communities will vote on such measures: Compton, Hawthorne, Inglewood, National City, Sand City and Santa Clara. Additionally, Long Beach has a ballot measure to allow card games on the Queen Mary, which is berthed permanently there as a floating hotel.
-Colorado: Four ballot initiatives would allow limited-stakes gambling in 27 towns and cities - including part of Denver - and a dozen counties.
A fifth initiative would make local approval necessary for any proposal to expand gambling.
-Georgia: Proposal to establish a state lottery to finance new education programs such as college scholarships, kindergarten for 4-year-olds and new school construction. -Idaho: Proposal to ban casino gambling anywhwere in the state, including American Indian reservations.
-Mississippi: Proposal to repeal ban on lotteries.
-Missouri: Propositions to allow off-track betting and riverboat gambling on the Missouri and Mississippi rivers, with approval of voters in each city where boats would dock.
-Nebraska: Proposal to establish state lottery.
-Oklahoma: Proposal for allowing and regulating charity games, including limiting the value of prizes and taxing bingo.
-South Dakota: Proposal to repeal the state's video lottery.
-Utah:Proposal for counties to allow pari-mutuel wagering by local referendum.
-U.S. Virgin Islands: Non-binding referendum to allow casino gambling. The territorial Senate has power to enact a law allowing casinos.