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In the end, the animal activists won, and by a wide margin: 69 percent voted to get rid of racing; 31 percent cast ballots to keep it. The racing industry claimed the measure had needlessly cost the jobs of Floridians and endangered the greyhounds on Florida tracks. The animal activists, meanwhile, cheered it as a clear sign that the end of racing, at long last, is within reach.

For now, dogs still run daily at the Palm Beach Kennel Club. For now, dogs still run daily at the Palm Beach Kennel Club.

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