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MISSISSIPPI'S GAMING INDUSTRY

Casino workers wary of future

Johnny Hutcherson, Kelly Grishom, and Paul Washington sat on the beach in Biloxi, Miss., near the Grand Casino Biloxi.
Johnny Hutcherson, Kelly Grishom, and Paul Washington sat on the beach in Biloxi, Miss., near the Grand Casino Biloxi. (Globe Staff Photo / David Kamerman) Globe Staff Photo / David Kamerman
By Yvonne Abraham
Globe Staff / September 10, 2005

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BILOXI, Miss. -- The Grand Casino, a 100,000-square-foot palace of slots and cocktails that floated just off the Biloxi shoreline, embodied the boom. It brought jobs and tourists and new streetlights to the edge of this poor state, sucking the dollars in and pushing them out like waves on the Gulf strand. (Full article: 1031 words)

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