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Bay State Gambling Debate: What It Means For N.H.
We're checking in with the ongoing debate over casino projects in Massachusetts and the referendum coming this November on whether to repeal the three-year-old law. We'll also look into how the gambling debate in Massachusetts might impact New Hampshire.
- Mark Arsenault – Boston Globe reporter who covers casino and gambling issues in Massachusetts.
- Kevin Landrigan - political reporter at The Telegraph of Nashua.
- Michael Mathis - president of MGM Springfield which recently won approval to operate a resort casino in Springfield.
- John Ribeiro - chair of the Repeal the Casino Deal Campaign, a citizen-led movement to repeal the state casino law. He lives in Winthrop Massachusetts.