By: Opinion, John Durso, Matthew Cohen July 18, 2022
New York City, Westchester and the Hudson Valley are actively preparing to compete for an economically transformative prize that is guaranteed to inject local tax jurisdictions with hundreds of millions of dollars every year, create thousands of quality union-jobs, and boost small business opportunities exponentially. It’s the state’s competition for one of the three downstate full-gaming licenses. The question is – why isn’t Long Island competing?
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