Sen. Damon Thayer, right, the Georgetown Republican who sponsored the expanded gambling amendment, spoke in favor of it before voting Thursday. Senate President David Williams, left, R-Burkesville, was among the 21 legislators who voted against it.
Sen. Damon Thayer, right, the Georgetown Republican who sponsored the expanded gambling amendment, spoke in favor of it before voting Thursday. Senate President David Williams, left, R-Burkesville, was among the 21 legislators who voted against it. HERALD-LEADER
Sen. Damon Thayer, right, the Georgetown Republican who sponsored the expanded gambling amendment, spoke in favor of it before voting Thursday. Senate President David Williams, left, R-Burkesville, was among the 21 legislators who voted against it. HERALD-LEADER

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