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NH House Legislators Look To Gaming

The speaker of the New Hampshire House last month said it is unlikely that legislators will look to gaming to plug up the state’s budget sieve, although she also acknowledged the voters’ long-term opposition to new taxes. Speaker Terie Norelli made the remarks during an interview prior to the inauguration of Governor John Lynch. That seems to leave little hope for a proposal to put video lottery terminals at the state’s racetracks, in spite of projected a 0 million budget gap. Even so, the bill is getting more attention this year than it would normally attract.

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