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Ohio racinos mean less money for cities, counties

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CLEVELAND (AP) — Declining casino revenue has cut into the take for local governments, and now the growth of racetrack slots gambling is diverting some of that money from cities and counties to schools. The switch has made some local governments wary of allocating uncertain casino money for mandated expenses like courts, elections and jails. Instead, they are using the money for extra items...

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