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The Ohio Supreme Court ruled that Frederick Kinsey, one of the parties in State ex rel. Walgate v. Kasich, has standing to challenge the constitutionality of a 2009 voter-approved amendment to the Ohio Constitution that permits limited casino and “racino” gambling operations. In order to have standing, the Court requires a plaintiff to show that […]

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The Ohio Court of Appeals, 10th District, affirmed the trial court’s dismissal of a lawsuit filed by Ohio Roundtable and a group of Ohio citizens that challenged the constitutionality of video lottery terminals at racinos.  The dismissal was based on lack of standing.  State ex rel.  Walgate , 2013 Ohio 946  (Mar. 14, 2013) Article from […]

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Franklin County Court judge dismissed lawsuit filed by citizens that challenged the constitutionality of video lottery terminals at cacinos.  The dismissal was based on lack of standing.  See Plain Dealer Article and dismissal order in State ex rel.  Walgate, Franklin County Case No. 11-CVH- 10 13126.

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