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NEW YORK CITY-A report sharply critical of Gov. David Paterson and state legislative leaders over the January selection of a racino developer for Aqueduct Racetrack has been referred to the Manhattan district attorney and US Attorney’s office here. The report issued Thursday from state inspector general Joseph Fisch concludes that state senators influenced the decision-making that led to the selection of Aqueduct Entertainment Group and calls it “a political free-for-all.”


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