On June 9, Taunton residents will vote on development plans that could forever change their city-a tribal casino proposed by the Mashpee Wampanoag near the junction of Routes 24 and 140. But for all the passionate campaign rhetoric over casino gambling, what many city residents do not yet realize is that the referendum is not binding under law, and that a majority vote against the casino would not necessarily mean the end of the project.
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