Rolling the dice
Coal City letting voters decide on video gambling
COAL CITY, Ill. — As Coal City voters cast their ballots for local, state and national elected officials Nov. 6, they'll also face a question that seeks their opinion on whether video gambling machines should be allowed in some village establishments with liquor licenses.
The video gambling referendum is the result of discussion over the course of a series of village board meetings held over the summer where village leaders ultimately decided to bring the question before voters in a non-binding ballot question.
Mayor Neal Nelson said the board will uphold whatever voters decide.
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