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Times Square needs more cops — not casinos —to lure visitors

By A Mystery Man Writer

The push for casinos in NYC's Times Square has one goal in mind: to enrich developers, hotel operators and union members, none of whom will likely suffer if the venues flop and taxpayers foot the bills.

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