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New York state sued over wording of referendum on expansion of casino gaming

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The state Board of Elections broke the law when it put glowing language into a referendum allowing casinos in New York, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in the state Supreme Court in Albany County. Brooklyn attorney Eric Snyder, who is personally opposed to an expansion of gambling in the state, is arguing in his suit that the state BOE exceeded its authority when it included advocacy language in the referendum. A poll released Monday ...

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