New Hampshire gambling debate stalls budget-deficit plan

05/28/2010 | Telegraph (Nashua, N.H.), The

New Hampshire lawmakers continue to debate expanding gambling in the state and missed a budget deadline Thursday. The Senate agreed to create a Gaming Regulatory Oversight Authority, but House leaders continue to oppose allowing slot machines in New Hampshire. The state faces a $300 million budget deficit.

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