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November 29, 1990 | Associated Press
Voters in this Mississippi River city have approved riverboat gambling, clearing the way for a developer to build a planned 1,000-passenger floating casino. Unofficial results showed that voters in Adams County, in the southwest corner of the state, favored riverboat gambling 6,031 to 5,242 in Tuesday's referendum.
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April 17, 2001 | JEFFREY GETTLEMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If loyalty to the Confederate cause could be measured in mosquito bites, Terry Rainey deserves a monument. The 39-year-old construction worker walked 43 days and 43 nights from the swamps of the Gulf of Mexico to the steps of the state Capitol carrying a Rebel flag. Today, he'll vote to keep the divisive symbol flying. "For my granddaddies," Rainey said. And then he blurted: "God save the South!"
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April 17, 2001 | JEFFREY GETTLEMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If loyalty to the Confederate cause could be measured in mosquito bites, Terry Rainey deserves a monument. The 39-year-old construction worker walked 43 days and 43 nights from the swamps of the Gulf of Mexico to the steps of the state Capitol carrying a Rebel flag. Today, he'll vote to keep the divisive symbol flying. "For my granddaddies," Rainey said. And then he blurted: "God save the South!"
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November 29, 1990 | Associated Press
Voters in this Mississippi River city have approved riverboat gambling, clearing the way for a developer to build a planned 1,000-passenger floating casino. Unofficial results showed that voters in Adams County, in the southwest corner of the state, favored riverboat gambling 6,031 to 5,242 in Tuesday's referendum.
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