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Quick Fact – Publisher Unsuitable

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New York publisher, Lyle Stuart, applied to the Nevada Gaming Commission for a gambling license to purchase 1 percent of the Aladdin Resort & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip for $25,000 ($178,000 today).

Regulators, though, denied him one due to his “unsuitable background” because a subsidiary of his company sold books that contained material they believed to be pornographic.

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