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Compromise casino bill addresses many concerns

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In a little more than two years, at least one live-table casino could be up and running in the Capital Region, but maybe not in Saratoga Springs. A compromise between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and legislative leaders produced a comprehensive casino siting bill late Tuesday that outlines the placement of four upstate casinos if a constitutional amendment allowing seven non-Indian, live-table casinos is passed by the state Legislature at the end of the week and approved ...


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