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Gift of time

Racinos eye longer hours

Measure approving 6 a.m. closing time awaits Cuomo action

An ornamental cast iron horse greets visitors at the Saratoga Casino and Raceway.
An ornamental cast iron horse greets visitors at the Saratoga Casino and Raceway.
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Visitors to New York's racetrack casinos may soon be able to gamble until the sun comes up under a proposal to let racinos stay open until 6 a.m. The measure passed the Legislature before it adjourned last week and now awaits action by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. A Cuomo spokesman said the governor is reviewing the bill. Video lottery gambling halls now must close at 4 a.m. The longer hours are intended to help boost business ...


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