|Gina is Happy That Greyhound Simulcasting is Dying|
Thankfully, greyhound simulcasting is withering. It is falling in virtually every state, with several experiencing catastrophic declines in just the past five years:
- In Massachusetts, greyhound simulcasting dropped by 32%, from $38.6 million to $26.2 million.
- In New Hampshire, greyhound simulcasting declined by a staggering 36%, from $21.4 million to $13.7 million.
- In Nevada, greyhound simulcasting fell by 19%, from $8.3 million to $6.7 million.
- In Oregon, greyhound simulcasting dropped by 23%, from $8 million to $6.2 million.
Even though greyhound simulcasting is dying, along with the rest of the dog race industry, it is still a problem that needs attention. These states shouldn't support greyhound cruelty, and it's time for them to get out of the dog racing business altogether.
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