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Firm won’t seek license for Littleton slots

A Canadian company ­announced Wednesday that it will not pursue a license for
a slot machine parlor in ­Littleton, where some residents had reacted with outrage at the idea of a gambling facility in their small town along ­Interstate 495.

Clairvest, a Canadian private equity firm, said it would continue to evaluate opportunities for a ­license elsewhere in the state, but it did not specify any locations.

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