LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) Gamblers may no longer have to wait five minutes in between keno games to play. Sen. Tyson Larson wants to eliminate the state mandated wait. He said it's not up to the government to babysit people and his bill would help produce more revenue. One Omaha lobbyist agreed, saying keno money has helped generate funds for new police cruisers for the city. However, opponents of the bill are worried it only benefits businesses and the state. They say it's an unfair tax on the poor and promotes gambling addiction. The Nebraska Family Alliance urged the hearing committee to conduct a study before advancing the bill. Source.