YULEE, Fla.-- JoAnne Lick doesn't mess around when it comes to her shamrock game. She's been playing it every day day for the past three years. Same place, same time.
When she heard about the new Internet cafe ban, she wasn't happy.
"I think it sucks," she said.
Lick isn't the only regular at Yulee 7's. Some as old as 89 show up to have fun.
"They like to socialize here. You know, they get a break. Somewhere safe to go," employee Rebecca Clark said.
Lick says she depends on her winnings, because social security doesn't go as far as it used to. Not only is she upset about that, but she's mad employees will have to look for a new job.
When asked where Yulee 7's goes from here, we got a simple answer:
"They're just going to cease operation until further notice," Clark continued.
Gov. Rick Scott's signing of HB155 comes after Florida legislators voted overwhelmingly to approve the ban. It was a quick response to a scandal that led to dozens of arrests and the lieutenant governor's resignation last month. Lick says honest, law-abiding citizens shouldn't be punished for it.
"It's wrong for the governor to come in here and think he's going to be re-elected again."
Internet cafe owners have until 5 p.m Friday to shut down their businesses. If they don't comply, they could be arrested.