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Jon Keller is reporting that the conference committee reconciling the gambling bills of the House and Senate has encountered some heavy turbulence. Some reports indicate that the Senate has rejected a House proposal that would license two racetracks (instead of … Continue reading

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Gambling at the 3/4 pole

The fate of casino gambling in Massachusetts has come down to the wire, with House and Senate conferees working to reach agreement before the July 31st deadline. With the closer deadline comes the possibility of a conference agreement that could … Continue reading

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Cahill Calls for Slot Parlors

Treasurer Tim Cahill will tommorow call for the licensing of at least three slot parlors in Massachusetts. These operations would be much less than the destination casinos envisioned in Governor Patrick’s original gaming proposal, but would have the advantage of … Continue reading

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