Bethlehem Press

Wednesday, November 22, 2017
“I feel that there’s a time and place for gambling; however I don’t know that an airport is a proper place.” Eric Schwartz Allentown “I feel that there’s a time and place for gambling; however I don’t know that an airport is a proper place.” Eric Schwartz Allentown
“Personally, I don’t gamble. I see it more as a leisure activity. It shouldn’t be normalized as easy as getting a cup of coffee.” Melissa Colon Bethlehem “Personally, I don’t gamble. I see it more as a leisure activity. It shouldn’t be normalized as easy as getting a cup of coffee.” Melissa Colon Bethlehem
“I guess it’s up to the individual. Everyone has free will, so you can gamble if you want to or not.” Tanner Smith Oxford “I guess it’s up to the individual. Everyone has free will, so you can gamble if you want to or not.” Tanner Smith Oxford
“I am opposed to it. It could increase the potential for theft and would provide more options to risk your money.” Jean Holland Nazareth “I am opposed to it. It could increase the potential for theft and would provide more options to risk your money.” Jean Holland Nazareth
“I don’t think they should. Gambling can become an illness and people could be gambling more easily 24 hours a day.” Barbara Heverly Newtown “I don’t think they should. Gambling can become an illness and people could be gambling more easily 24 hours a day.” Barbara Heverly Newtown
“I don’t think that you should be able to gamble everywhere. There should be areas where gambling is legal, licensed like the casinos. If it’s too accessible you can open up a can of worms.” Andrew Theocles State College “I don’t think that you should be able to gamble everywhere. There should be areas where gambling is legal, licensed like the casinos. If it’s too accessible you can open up a can of worms.” Andrew Theocles State College

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