Honolulu Gambling Bill Dies Again

Posted on Monday, May 9th, 2011 at 11:42am.

Honolulu Gambling Bill Dies Again

Some say "yay".....others disappointed.

According to the "Hawaii Reporter", "Senate Bill 1247 proposed creation of a gambling casino in Waikiki. It died today but one of its backers, lobbyist John Radcliffe, said it is sure to rise again in the future."

"The bill began life as a measure to change management of the Aloha Tower Market Place and had nothing to do with gambling or casinos. But in the eleventh hour of the legislative session attempts were made to transform the measure into a proposal that legalized gambling in the Islands."

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