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David G. Tuerck

Cut costs first

By David G. Tuerck
August 26, 2007

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IS MASSACHUSETTS government starving for revenue? If you listened to many state officials and opinion leaders, you would certainly think so. The University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth has recommended that the state authorize the opening of three casinos, as a way to raise $400 million in new revenue for the state and for municipalities. The Legislature is considering measures to ... (Full article: 885 words)

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