Josh Swissman quoted on Las Vegas Review Journal
Hawaii bill would ban Nevada casino ads in Aloha State
A Hawaii state senator wants to block advertising in the state that touts Nevada hotels, resorts or other recreational services promoting casinos or gaming — even citing one Las Vegas-based operator by name.
Sen. Stanley Chang, D-Honolulu, introduced Senate Bill 935 on Jan. 20. The legislation proposes a fine of an unspecified amount for violators. A public hearing on the bill is scheduled Thursday morning before the Senate Committee on Commerce and Consumer Protection.
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