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Wandering Dago saga

Gaming official led to food truck’s ouster from Saratoga

Liebman panned name as ethnic slur

Wandering Dago co-owners, Brandon Snooks and his girlfriend Andrea Loguidice, move a new $2,000 smoker that cooks 200 pounds of meat into position in the driveway of their Keyes Avenue home after the popular Capital Region food truck was removed from Saratoga Race Course in July.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Wandering Dago co-owners, Brandon Snooks and his girlfriend Andrea Loguidice, move a new $2,000 smoker that cooks 200 pounds of meat into position in the driveway of their Keyes Avenue home after the popular Capital Region food truck was removed from Saratoga Race Course in July.
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The governor’s top racing adviser expressed concerns about the Wandering Dago food truck’s name just hours before it was ordered to leave Saratoga Race Course, a federal court judge was told Thursday. Bennett Liebman, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s deputy secretary for gaming and racing, sent an email to New York Racing Association President and CEO Christopher Kay the afternoon of July 19, opening day of the summer racing meet. The email emerged at the initial hearing ...


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tgeorge12345
September 20, 2013
10:56 a.m.

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Seems like First amendment rights and free enterprise are being criticized by the state. How about addressing corruption among politicians under the name of free enterprise

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