Track owners are hoping to take advantage of the state’s dire finances to convince voters they should let them operate casinos, something they rejected seven years earlier. Two public relations and lobbying firms started a campaign Monday to sell lawmakers and the public on the idea that casino gaming at existing horse and dog tracks could be at least a partial cure for the budget deficit.
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