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Casino study backs Patrick

Chamber supports revenue projections

Paul Guzzi, president of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce (right) and chairman Ralph C. Martin III released a report on Governor Deval Patrick's casino plan yesterday. Paul Guzzi, president of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce (right) and chairman Ralph C. Martin III released a report on Governor Deval Patrick's casino plan yesterday. (AP Photo)
By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / March 7, 2008

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Governor Deval Patrick's promise of thousands of new jobs and billions of fresh dollars would come true if three state-licensed resort casinos are opened across Massachusetts, according to a long-awaited Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce study released yesterday that largely bolsters the governor's economic case. (Full article: 1041 words)

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