BOSTON -- Massachusetts Gov. William F. Weld signed a bill late Tuesday that will allow the citizens of Holyoke to vote on a non-binding referendum on casino gambling.

While the governor's decision could help Holyoke's economy, it may harm the state's ability to fatten its own coffers from another casino because it violates an agreement reached between an Indian tribe and the governor this summer.

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