House again rejects casino gambling bill
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The New Hampshire House has once again shut down the idea of opening casinos in the state.
A bill to allow two casinos narrowly passed the Senate in March. But the House voted 289-63 on Wednesday to kill the bill, then voted by a similar margin to go even further and “indefinitely postpone” it so the idea can’t come back again in any form later this year.