The Massachusetts Gaming Commissioners were bombarded with slick videos and big promises on Monday.
Voters in two more Massachusetts communities are set to decide whether they want to host gambling facilities.
The state’s gaming commission has decided to rule out Plainridge Racecourse in Plainville as a potential location for the state’s only slot parlor.
City officials and gambling developers have announced they couldn’t reach a deal on a proposed $240 million slots parlor in Worcester.
Some gaming experts can’t understand why Massachusetts is moving so slowly to approve casino licenses. Meanwhile, competition is increasing in neighboring states.
There is mixed reaction to the casino bill which was passed by the House and Senate.