Because believe it or not, Beacon Hill doesn’t always know best.
Now that the SJC has ushered casino repeal onto the November ballot, there are more unanswered questions to mull over than choices at the roulette wheel.
Mohegan Sun has proposed a $1.3 billion casino on the Revere side of the Suffolk Downs horse racing track and Wynn Resorts has proposed a $1.6 billion casino on a former chemical plant site in Everett.
Twenty-six casinos have opened since 2004, generating a 39-percent increase in total annual gambling revenue in the Mid-Atlantic and New England, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Any day now, the state Supreme Judicial Court will issue its ruling on the legality of the initiative petition to stop casinos from coming to Massachusetts.
In Massachusetts, we’re all about getting it right, as the bureaucrats keep reminding us. But are they getting it right on casinos?
Companies looking to win a Massachusetts casino license say the state needs to change how it taxes winnings to avoid discouraging gamblers and cutting the state’s and casino’s take.
The city of Springfield is asking the state’s highest court to keep a proposed repeal of the Massachusetts casino gambling law off the November state ballot.
The three companies hoping to operate the first resort casinos in Massachusetts are getting a chance to make direct pitches to the state gambling commission.
A new poll is telling us what many people have already begun to suspect.