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Commander Eric Lowing at the American Legion Post 397 in Creve Coeur says it would be a huge help for them, “Overall, the number of veterans are joining places like the Legion and VFW are down over the years,” said Lowing. “It would provide us an opportunity to maintain our property and continue to remain open for the public and support our veterans.” Sen. Denny Hoskins (R-Warrensburg) says the State of Missouri would be a big winner as well. The state is estimated to collect $180 million from the video lottery machines. The money would go towards education and veterans’ homes, said Hoskins. But casinos are concerned.
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