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As it became clear in the waning weeks of the General Assembly’s spring legislative session that massive gaming expansion — including six new casino licenses — would help fund the “vertical” portion of the state’s $45 billion infrastructure plan, much was made of the billions in tax revenue a massive gaming effort would bring in for the state.

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