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Play fair with referendum wording

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One of the things gamblers fear most, and the house fears being accused of, is a rigged game. But that’s just what New York state had with the wording of the casino gambling referendum voters approved last week. Now that the issue has been settled and New York has legalized non-Indian casinos, it’s time to fix the process so the system can’t be gamed again. The state Board of Elections is the agency that approves ...


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sammey
November 14, 2013
7:33 a.m.

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"New Yorkers have been played for suckers"__SO WHAT ELSE IS NEW__"They need to let the governor and Legislature know they want changes in the system before next year’s election."__HOW DO YOU DO THAT ?__ASK ??__"the state owes it to voters to play it straight."__HELL WILL FREEZE OVER 1st--WE KEEP ELECTING THE SAME A**H****, WE REAP WHAT WE SOW__

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