A controversial plan by the owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers to bring casinos to Ohio got some competition last week when a local developer proposed a plan for a convention center hotel with a casino attached in downtown Cleveland.

Developer Jeff Jacobs urged civic and business leaders to oppose Cavalier owner Dan Gilbert’s plan to set up casinos in the state’s four largest cities: Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus, and Toledo. The plan will be on the November ballot.

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