Twin River Casino workers vote to authorize strike

Updated at 12:44 p.m.

BALLY'S CORP. has agreed to sell the property and buildings of its two Rhode Island Casinos, Twin River Casino in Lincoln and Bally’s Tiverton Casino & Hotel in Tiverton, to Gaming & Leisure Properties Inc. for $1 billion, the Rhode-Island based gaming company announced Tuesday. / COURTESY BALLY'S CORP.
WORKERS AT Bally's Twin River Casino voted overwhelmingly, at 92%, to authorize a strike, which could begin as early at July 1. / COURTESY BALLY'S CORP.
LINCOLN – Workers at Bally's Twin River Casino voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to authorize a strike. With their current contract set to expire on on July 1, unionized workers, who voted 92% in favor of a strike, say that the Providence-based Bally's Corp. has been unwilling to meet their key demands, which include increased staffing levels,…

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