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Polls show most want local say over casinos

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A large majority of New Yorkers would oppose legalizing non-Indian casinos if it’s not clear where they’re going or if the localities aren’t given right of approval, according to a summary of polling data released Thursday. A second vote from the state Legislature and a statewide referendum are needed in order to implement the constitutional amendment sought by Gov. Andrew Cuomo to create seven non-Indian casinos. The governor has said state legislators and the public ...


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