It is a major defeat for New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan who pushed for a casino since her campaign.
Connecticut’s Foxwoods Resort Casino faces daunting hurdles as it joins a crowded race for the lucrative destination resort business in Massachusetts.
The compact calls for the tribe to pay 17 percent of gaming proceeds to the state if its proposed Taunton casino is the only gambling facility in southeastern Massachusetts.
Massachusetts risks losing hundreds of millions of dollars in gambling revenue if the state’s gambling commission votes to open up the southeastern region to commercial casino developers, the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe warns.
Las Vegas casino operator Steve Wynn has unveiled an artist’s rendering of a $1.2 billion proposed resort casino in Everett.
A few dozen people gathered at East Boston’s Maverick Square on Saturday to try and build support against a resort casino at Suffolk Downs.
We’d better start to face this truth: we hesitated too long, and now, the casino pot of gold is looking more and more like a mirage.
Gov. Deval Patrick is calling for swift ratification by the Legislature of a revised casino compact with the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe that would provide the state with 17 percent of gambling revenues from a proposed tribal casino in Taunton.
Long before a casino breaks ground in Massachusetts, gamblers could be heading out to sea.
While fighting looming federal spending cuts, New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan renewed her pledge Saturday to support a “high-end, highly regulated” casino to help balance the state budget.
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