What are the chances, one might wonder, of New York state being able to find someone among its nearly 20 million residents who doesn’t have an obvious conflict of interest to serve on a seven-member commission?
Those chances must be incredibly slim for Marissa Shorenstein to continue serving on the state Gaming Commission while also working for a company that represents the New York Racing Association, which is regulated by the commission.
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