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Bid to ban dog racing succeeds on 2d try

Jim Davis/Globe StaffAdam Johndrow (left) and Anthony Cutillo, track employees, petted Zane, Cutillo's pet, at Raynham-Taunton Greyhound Park. Jim Davis/Globe StaffAdam Johndrow (left) and Anthony Cutillo, track employees, petted Zane, Cutillo's pet, at Raynham-Taunton Greyhound Park. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
By Stephanie Ebbert
Globe Staff / November 5, 2008

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Massachusetts voters yesterday embraced a ballot question to end greyhound racing in the state, rejecting track owners' arguments that the ban would cost jobs at a time of economic hardship in favor of protecting dogs from harm. (Full article: 626 words)

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