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News & updates

ADVISORY: Massachusetts Gaming Commission address change and telephone service update

Please be advised that effective Monday, December 22, 2014, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission will be located at: 101 Federal Street, 23rd Floor Boston, Massachusetts 02110 Telephone service will be unavailable from approximately 4:00pm on Friday, December 19th through 12:00pm on Saturday, December 20th. If you need assistance, please contact the Commission at 617-979-8400 during regular […]

MassGaming to establish ‘Access and Opportunity’ committee, Initiative created to support state’s commitment to ensuring workforce and vendor diversity

On December 4, 2014, the Commission voted unanimously (5-0) to establish an ‘Access and Opportunity’ Committee with a primary function of monitoring diversity in the construction workforce and supplier base of the state’s resort-casino licensees. The committee will be tasked with furthering the diversity goals as outlined in the Gaming Act, and also making related recommendations to the Commission and/or licensees.

GRAPHICS: MassGaming encouraged by Plainridge Park Casino’s recent diversity report

The Commission was encouraged by data recently received from its Category 2 slots-parlor licensee, Penn National Gaming, regarding ongoing efforts to ensure that minority-, women-, and veteran-owned businesses have access to the economic benefits of construction at Plainridge Park Casino in Plainville.

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