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Officials in other cities warn of pitfalls, failed promises by Rush Street

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The company that wants to build a $300 million casino in Schenectady has made a lot of promises. It will create 1,200 good-paying jobs. It will attract 2.8 million visitors to the area. It will generate $11.5 million for the city and county and $2 million for Schenectady schools. It will be a good corporate citizen and donate to local charities. It will be an economic engine for the next century. But Pittsburgh has some ...


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