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Entertainment venues to get casino restrictions

State recognizes group’s argument for limitations

Proctors CEO Philip Morris speaks Wednesday at Capital Repertory Theater in Albany during a press conference to introduce a new coalition called Upstate Theaters for a Fair Game. With him is Mark Baker of the Saratoga Springs City Center and Marcia White of the Saratoga Performing Arts Center.
Proctors CEO Philip Morris speaks Wednesday at Capital Repertory Theater in Albany during a press conference to introduce a new coalition called Upstate Theaters for a Fair Game. With him is Mark Baker of the Saratoga Springs City Center and Marcia White of the Saratoga Performing Arts Center.
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The fight has gone pretty well, according to Proctors CEO Philip Morris. All that’s left is to win the terms of peace. “Upstate Theaters for a Fair Game,” a coalition of entertainment venues aimed at putting restrictions on New York’s multi-purpose gaming casinos, announced at a press conference Tuesday at the Capital Repertory Theatre in Albany that plenty of progress has been made in that endeavor. The group says it’s not anti-gambling or anti-casino, but ...


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