New Mexico lays claim to fees from failed city slots license bid
The State Lottery Agency says it wants to return $3 million in fees submitted by backers of a failed bid for the Baltimore slots license.
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#1 Aug 4, 2011
Democrat corruption, spearheaded in New Mexico by former Governor Bill Richardson, spans the nation, and now appears to even cross national boundaries.
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#4 Aug 4, 2011
oneliner from Santa Fe...signifying nothing. If you have a real opinion state it. Don't just flame everyone else.
#5 Aug 4, 2011
is my real opinion. Read the story - read the dope's inane, off-topic post.
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