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Police Sergeant Michael T. Finkelstein works in Ledyard, Conn., near Foxwoods Resort Casino. Calls to police over the past six years have almost tripled.

Towns feel effect of Conn. casinos

Traffic, crime on rise with more visitors, jobs

By Keith O'Brien
Globe Staff / July 22, 2007

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Since casinos opened in two small, rural Connecticut towns in the 1990s, there has been a sharp increase in local traffic, police calls, and drunken driving arrests, according to a Globe analysis, and the changes have spilled over into neighboring towns as well. (Full article: 1595 words)

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