New Hampshire Community Conversations - Archive

Closed Archive - What’s At Stake: Community Conversations on the Benefits and Risks of Expanded Legalized Gambling in New Hampshire

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COMPLETED - Online Part 2 - What’s At Stake: Community Conversations on the Benefits and Risks of Expanded Legalized Gambling in New Hampshire. Hundreds of us met face-to-face in communities across the state on Feb. 13 and now our dialogue continues online using real names with civility through mid-March, 2010. New participants are encouraged to join us or simply read our public exchanges. This neutral statewide public engagement project is gathering citizen views about the pros and cons of expanded gambling in New Hampshire. It is sponsored by the University of New Hampshire as part of our public service mission to the citizens and policy makers of the Granite State. The face-to-face conversations and views expressed online will be summarized and shared with Governor Lynch’s Study Commission on Expanded Gaming in New Hampshire. For more information see the links at right or the full online forum charter: More ...

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