In a close vote this afternoon, the Indiana Senate approved legislation that would allow paper pull tabs in bars and taverns.
Under the legislation, which was passed by a 26-21 vote, bars and taverns across the state would be allowed to offer pull tabs and other forms of low-stakes gambling.
And you thought the property tax was all the General Assembly was going to do this session. The House has passed its own version, so the only question is whether this goes to conference committee or the House author agrees to Senate changes so it can go straight to the governor. Is there any valid reason -- moral, philosophical, legal -- to not just take all laws concerning any type of gambling whatsoever completely off the books?