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Impasse heartens gambling opponents

Stalled talks may signal bill’s demise

State Senator Stanley Rosenberg (pictured) and his House counterpart, Representative Brian Dempsey accuse each other of scuttling negotiations. State Senator Stanley Rosenberg (pictured) and his House counterpart, Representative Brian Dempsey accuse each other of scuttling negotiations.
By Noah Bierman and Travis Andersen
Globe Staff / July 23, 2010

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With a little more than a week remaining in the legislative session, House and Senate lawmakers are at odds, Governor Deval Patrick is in the Middle East, and opponents of expanded gambling are cheering a Beacon Hill impasse that they hope will lead to the demise of legislation authorizing resort casinos in Massachusetts. (Full article: 980 words)

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