BOSTON-The expanded gambling bill has failed to get an approval.This has left a number of developers to cut short on their plans ondeveloping buildings worth millions of dollars and hope that thenext legislative session will pass it.


Officials from across the state were hoping that the bill wouldbe passed and would bring about much needed development, taxrevenue and new jobs. Governor Deval Patrick and other legislativeleaders have been accused of hindering much needed development.For the full story, go to The Boston Globe.

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