People gathered in a protest against the Eurovegas project in Madrid, Spain, Saturday, March 17, 2012. Poster reads "Welcome Mister Adelson?", "Eurovegas no!", "Labor reform is Eurovegas", "Eurovegas ... more 
People gathered in a protest against the Eurovegas project in Madrid, Spain, Saturday, March 17, 2012. Poster reads "Welcome Mister Adelson?", "Eurovegas no!", "Labor reform is Eurovegas", "Eurovegas shows the country what the Popular Party wants", "Vulnerability of the children", "Prostitution", "Gambling addiction" and "Criminality". Eurovegas is a U.S. billionaire's proposal that promises to build six casinos, 12 hotels and create jobs in a country on the brink of its second recession in four years and an unemployment rate near 23%. Madrid has been selected by Sheldon Adelson, 78, and his company Las Vegas Sands to be the site of Eurovegas, a project which protesters say would cost Spain more in grants, concessions and problems than it would yield benefits. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Andres Kudacki
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