The Mashantucket tribe reports slot revenues of $51 million, a decline of nearly 16 percent from July of last year.
The Senate on Tuesday rejected a proposed amendment to a casino gambling bill which would have allowed slot machines at the airport.
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.
Hang in there gamblers….it appears the (corrupt) Commonwealth is going to give you what you’ve been waiting for…….for a long time. Yes…Casinos are coming……a new and fresh opportunity for you to be seperated from your money and of course a new way for a dying organized crime syndicate to corrupt some new and fertile ground……right here in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
If bringing the slots and the table games here isn’t going to deliver the greenbacks, why on earth do we want to do it?
State lawmakers will unveil a new gambling bill Tuesday that they have reportedly worked out with the governor’s office.
Massachusetts’ top legislative leaders announced Wednesday they are putting off any casino gambling debate until after Labor Day in September.
Slot machines in New England have not nearly saturated the market, but legalizing casino gambling in Massachusetts with the addition of machines would reshuffle the region’s industry, an analyst said Tuesday.
Honest to God, I don’t know which is more of a nail-biter……waiting to see if the (not so) Great and General Court of Massachusetts has the lack of wisdom to legalize slot machines and […]