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Casino Gambling: New York's Big Bet

Before New Yorkers head to the polls to vote on the referendum to allow casino gambling in New York State, Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman investigates the pros and cons of the proposal. In a special four-part series, he looks at everything from the possible economic development, to where those casinos could be built.
AP: NY voters authorize 7 Vegas-style casinos

AP: NY voters authorize 7 Vegas-style casinos

New York voters have authorized seven Las Vegas-style casinos to be built to boost the economy. With 60 percent of precincts reporting, the constitutional amendment was approved Tuesday. 11/05/2013 11:33 PM

Voters to decide fate of controversial Prop One

Voters to decide fate of controversial Prop One

The debate over a constitutional amendment to expand casino gambling in New York will finally be decided. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman has the latest on Election Day. 11/05/2013 05:00 PM

Part 4: Impact on neighboring states

Part 4: Impact on neighboring states

In part four of New York's Big Bet, Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman takes at how casino gaming in New York State could impact neighboring states. Updated 11/01/2013 10:00 AM

Extended excerpts: New York's Big Bet, Part 4

Extended excerpts: New York's Big Bet, Part 4

Check out extended excerpts from the fourth segment of New York's Big Bet. Part four features an extended interview with EJ McMahon, Empire Center for NYS Policy President, and John Burns, Binghamton Real Estate Developer. 10/31/2013 09:21 PM

Extended excerpts: New York's Big Bet, Part 3

Extended excerpts: New York's Big Bet, Part 3

Check out extended excerpts from the third segment of New York's Big Bet. Part three features an extended interview with John Kane, host of “Let’s Talk Native.” 10/30/2013 08:55 PM

Part 1: Economic Impact

Part 1: Economic Impact

In part one of New York's Big Bet, Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman examines the jobs that would be made available, where those jobs would go, and who is pushing for casino gaming to expand New York's economy. Updated 10/30/2013 10:42 AM

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