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To these grateful constituencies, gambling is no longer a sin, but a saving grace. According to a national survey conducted by Harrah's, a top-tier casino company, 51 percent of American adults believe "casino entertainment" is "acceptable for anyone.

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We call it gaming these days. Louis to Gulfport and Biloxi, beckons a row of floating "dockside" gaming palaces, voted in in the early 90's by Harrison and Hancock counties, some up and running within five months.

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