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Further cuts to social services would be very unpopular and painful for citizens. Should we hold our nose and allow a casino and the revenue that comes with it even with more modest expectations? My personal feelings tend to lean somewhat against them as them for various reasons. If we choose to allow casinos today just because of revenue then would we still make that decision 20 years from now if and when the benefits are much less? The proposed legislation that would allow casinos would take further steps in the wrong direction by restricting the ability of new casinos to provide entertainment that would compete with local businesses β€” an unnecessary restriction on free market activity. Site Archive.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} If we consider it a kind of tax, then it represents a more regressive form of taxation than our already regressive tax system the poor pay more which is why I opposed some increases in the cigarette tax. The revenue increase from casinos twenty years from now may be much less significant than during the first few years. More deep cuts on top of the already deep cuts to education, roads and bridges, and health and human services programs would threaten to undermine the social contract that helps to make New Hampshire a high quality place to live. Legislation that is being proposed would not guarantee significant increases in education funding. Add to that the potential conflict of interest not wanting to keep the casinos honest for fear of losing revenue and some unsettling stories from other states where casinos have received government bailouts. There are at least two other major funding problems. Stephen Ketel Strafford Dover, Somersworth sketelnh gmail. For example, we should examine more robust property tax relief for lower and middle income citizens. A fellow rep that I admire explained that he would be willing to accept the weak points and do as much as possible to fund our priorities without raising property taxes. Most people would be OK with one or two casinos. State Rep. There are, however, several reasons to support this legislation. Most of my constituents, when I ask them, indicate either an openness to casinos in New Hampshire or an ambivalence. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}In the interest of sharing our thoughts and experiences in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, a group of Dover representatives has come together to write this weekly column on a rotating basis. Contact your representatives and senators and let them know. The citizens need to make a choice: are the benefits worth the cost? Unfortunately, polls of public opinion rarely ask questions in ways that address the details. The cities and towns should be able to say no if they determine that a casino would harm their community. Digital access or digital and print delivery. If we are to take the polls as an answer to this then the answer is known. Please send comments to the writer of each column; contact information below. Most people who take the initiative to contact me are strongly against casinos. Casinos make much of their money from people who overestimate their chance of winning, sometime to the extremes of addiction. It is frustrating when there are many strong attempts to bring in casinos but relatively few attempt to look for other ways to improve our fiscal situation. We look forward to your feedback. In support of free enterprise at the state and national level, I think New Hampshire should allow casinos to exist as long as the regulations are robust and as long as deference is given to the cities and towns.