BOSTON -- The ink was hardly dry yesterday on an agreement to bring casino gambling to Massachusetts when state legislators said they opposed a key component of the proposal.

Under the terms of a contract signed Tuesday by Gov. William F. Weld and the Wampanoag Indian Tribe, the tribe may build a casino, hotel, and theme park in the southeastern city of New Bedford.

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