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What happens in Vegas resonates in Mass.

Industry's downturn may force backers of gambling to lower projections for state

The lack of workers at development sites was a stark reminder of the worst economic downturn in Las Vegas history. The lack of workers at development sites was a stark reminder of the worst economic downturn in Las Vegas history. (Louis Traub/ Associated Press)
By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / February 24, 2009

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LAS VEGAS - Cranes tower over the construction site, but they don't move. The steel awaits, but there are rarely any workers. (Full article: 1477 words)

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