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Gaming options gather steam

Lawmakers talk, developers scurry

'I know there's enough votes to do gaming this year.' -- Brian Wallace, State representative. "I know there's enough votes to do gaming this year." -- Brian Wallace, State representative.
By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / August 24, 2009

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Real estate executives controlling the Bayside Exposition Center in Dorchester have floated their property as a potential casino site. Town leaders in Warren have formed a group to study the implications of having a casino in their Central Massachusetts community. State lawmakers are meeting behind closed doors to weigh a wide variety of options for expanded gambling. (Full article: 1166 words)

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