Patriots owner Robert Kraft has invited a Las Vegas casino operator to Foxboro to gauge interest in a possible resort development near Gillette Stadium.
After years of debate, a bill to bring casinos to Massachusetts is heading to the Governor’s desk.
There is mixed reaction to the casino bill which was passed by the House and Senate.
A bill that would license up to three resort-style casinos and a single slots parlor could be debated and voted on by Massachusetts lawmakers as early as Tuesday.
Beacon Hill appears ready to roll the dice on casinos. Jon Keller is at large.
Supporters of the Restaurant Equality Amendment are asking the casino bill conference committee to remove the Restaurant Protection Amendment and replace it with a review of current state laws.
Hard Rock International said Tuesday it is partnering with a local developer to build a proposed casino and hotel at a 100-acre site off Interstate 91.
The Massachusetts Senate has launched debate on a contentious casino gambling bill, but an actual vote may not happen until next week.
Senator Marc Pacheco, who sponsored the bill, believes the slots behind security checkpoints could generate as much as $14 million.
If casino gambling is approved in Massachusetts, one lawmaker thinks it could be possible.