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Japanese public has its say on how to regulate casinos

Proponents ask how soon; opponents worry about consequences

A casino in Singapore

TOKYO -- Japan's government on Thursday held its first public hearing on a plan to regulate casinos. The stated hope is to boost tourism through gaming, but opponents at the hearing cast doubts on the plan's economic effects and worried about gambling addiction.

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