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Aqueduct bidder's win KO'd

Aqueduct Entertainment Group was scratched yesterday.

Gov. Paterson's office withdrew its support from AEG's plan to operate 4,500 video slot terminals at Aqueduct Racetrack following accusations of a rigged selection and relaunched the bidding process.


"The Division of the Lottery has concluded that it cannot issue a gaming license to [AEG]," Paterson's office said in a statement.


The statement said the office wants a new bidding process that is "transparent" and "apolitical."

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