From The Sun Journal:

On July 5, the Freeport Town Council will consider changing its “pinball and video machine ordinance,” which requires business owners to apply for a license and pay a $100 fee annually for each coin-operated game they maintain. Owners without “proof of good moral character” — namely, those who have been convicted of felonies — can be denied licenses.

See the article below for comments from John Reuter of the New England Pinball Championship [Pin-Maine-ia].

“Believe it or not, in various places, pinballs could be and sometimes were used as gambling devices,” Reuter said. “But I don’t think it was a big problem. It was really moral crusading.”

Source Article: Freeport reconsiders historic gaming restrictions

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