Concord Monitor: Casino bill must not favor some businesses over others
Will existing New Hampshire businesses suffer financially if the governor and Legislature allow a large casino to open on the Massachusetts border? Some or even most might, but lawmakers would be wrong to pass legislation or draft rules that protect some existing businesses but not others from the potentially deleterious economic impact of expanded gambling.
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