In Missouri the state's infamous black book which is used to bar suspected unsavory types from its casinos increasingly includes public servants as reported by David Hunn for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
The blacklist is dealing from a new deck, and blackballing a different kind of professional: the public servant. In the last year, four Missourians were barred from casinos for crimes of "moral turpitude," bringing the list to 17. Three were civil servants. Authorities say they fed gambling habits with embezzled tax dollars.