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Casinos in Massachusetts
Massachusetts has been one of the longest holdouts when it comes to casino gambling. This position has cost the state millions in tax revenue as its citizens have traveled to Connecticut to play. Things may be changing with Deval Patrick in the Governor's office and the Wampanoags moving forward to sign a compact with the state and bring a casino to Cape Cod.
More Massachusetts Casino Updates
Massachusetts Casinos Make Progress In 2012
Tuesday, January 01, 2013
Massachusetts: Itís been a little over a year since Gov. Deval Patrick signed legislation authorizing the creation of up to three resort casinos and one slot parlor to operate in Massachusetts. But the Bay State is still a few years away from the first legal bet being placed.
Massachusetts Leaders Lining up to Support Casinos
Sunday, September 20, 2009
The odds appear to be growing. House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo and Senate President Therese Murray both indicated today they were open to the idea of resort casinos, one of the clearest indications yet that casinos may be allowed to open in Massachusetts.
Mohegan Tribe Bets on Massachusetts Casino
Saturday, November 15, 2008
The Mohegan Tribe is gambling that the Legislature will approve casinos in the Bay State next year. The Connecticut-based tribe has leased 152 acres in Palmer, the potential site of a resort casino.
Massachusetts Casino Debate Continues
Casino gambling is back in the news again, but we are no closer to knowing for sure what the introduction of casinos would do for the commonwealth's fiscal health. It would be foolish to dismiss the idea out-of-hand, but recent trends and reports suggest that casinos are no panacea for strained budgets, and may fall short of Gov. Deval L. Patrick's fondest hopes.