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Bay State gamers would welcome a shorter trip

Some say casinos near home mean more gambling

Stephanie and Peter Lemon of Bellingham visited Foxwoods casino yesterday. 'If I'm going to give them my money, we might as well keep it in Massachusetts,' said Stephanie Lemon. Stephanie and Peter Lemon of Bellingham visited Foxwoods casino yesterday. "If I'm going to give them my money, we might as well keep it in Massachusetts," said Stephanie Lemon. (STEVEN LEE MILLE FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE)
By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / September 18, 2007

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LEDYARD, Conn. - As he strode toward the Foxwoods casino yesterday afternoon, Joe Kearney smiled as though he were seeing an old friend. He used to drive the hour-and-a-half from Weymouth to the Connecticut resort almost every week to hit the tables, and it had been too long. An all-night reunion was almost certainly, well, in the cards. (Full article: 692 words)

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