Fresh off their brutal political battle over casino expansion in Maryland, rival casino developers MGM Resorts International and Penn National Gaming on Tuesday evening will share a stage in Springfield, facing the voters who will decide if either company should be permitted to build a gambling resort in the city. It will be Springfield’s first chance to see the last-standing contenders side-by-side since a third competitor, Ameristar, dropped its plans for a Springfield resort casino.
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