Coming Monday: Cordish President Joe Weinberg Talks To GoLocal
Saturday, September 21, 2013
The conclusion of the 56-page report: "Evidence from the health and social sciences suggests that the new American casinos are associated with a range of negative health, economic, political, intellectual, and social outcomes. For this reason, we view state sponsorship of casino gambling as a regressive and damaging policy."
On Monday, Contributing Writer Steven Jones-D'Agostino conducts an in-depth, robust interview with Joe Weinberg, president of the Gaming & Resorts Division for Baltimore-based The Cordish Companies, which has proposed a $215-million slots parlor for Leominster. Among other things, they talk about the findings in the IAV report.
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