More of the same

By PHILLIPE AND JORGE  |  February 6, 2006

Naturally, the issue of a casino will not be on the table. (Ba-boom!) But seriously, folks, Harrah’s might have deep pockets, and stands to make a killing if it can get a new Foxwoods situated here, but it will interesting to see their endurance quotient. And you can bet the media will be all over the statewide candidates about their views on the matter, adding even more dissonance to the chorus.

Without going into further detail, it will be a big year for private interest and citizens groups at Halitosis Hall, and don’t be surprised if so little gets done that controversy is avoided. The great unwashed like the status quo, don’tcha know? But we hope the governor and legislature take a quick look at that recent study on competitiveness, which ranks Vo Dilun 41st in the country. Well, we beat Mississippi, at least.

Let the games begin!

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