Valley News: Shrinking payout; state’s share of gambling revenue

Those looking for hard and fast numbers for how much revenue New Hampshire might rake in if the Legislature approves Gov. Maggie Hassan’s proposal to build a single casino will be frustrated by the report issued last week by the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies. Yes, the think tank’s analysis does make projections based on a number of scenarios, but it’s clear that there are just too many moving parts to feel supremely confident about any of the estimates.


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