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Topic - David Long
"There is an all-out assault on the system that Indiana has implemented, which was to take other people's money. They're out to get it back," Mr. Long said, referring to neighboring states.
Indiana Senate President David Long, a Republican, told the Times of Munster for a report Thursday that he wants the General Assembly to do something to reverse the decline in state tax revenues from casino wagers and admissions.