"Politics and Other Mistakes" piece commenting on the sleazy nature of gambling
"Politics and Other Mistakes" piece commenting on the sleazy nature of gambling and politics, and predicting that both sides of the two gambling referenda will employ dubious tactics in their campaigns. The pro-casino group Think About It is already under investigation by the state ethics commission for its most recent campaign finance report. Meanwhile, Shawn Scott, the owner of the corporation that operates the Bangor Raceway, has employed legal maneuvers to resist efforts by Maine officials to obtain records of his dealings in other states. Dennis Bailey, head of Casinos No!, has a potential conflict of interest because his public relations business also represents the Scotia Prince ferry, which essentially operates a floating casino.
Casinos No!, Gambling, Think About It, Bailey, Dennis
Diamon, Al, ""Politics and Other Mistakes" piece commenting on the sleazy nature of gambling" (2003). Maine News Index – Portland Phoenix. 1223.
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