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VIDEO and PHOTO: Chairman Steve Crosby, Executive Office of Health and Human Services Secretary John Polanowicz sign Memorandum of Understanding

On July 24th, 2014, Massachusetts Gaming Commission Chairman Steve Crosby and Secretary John Polanowicz of the Executive Office of Health and Human Services signed a Memorandum of Understanding for both agencies to collaborate and make joint decisions regarding funds from the Public Health Trust Fund pertaining to problem gambling. Video: Photo: Pictured l-r: Back row: Rebekah [...]

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VIDEO: The state’s new expanded gaming industry providing economic opportunity for local vendors, Licensing and registration process actively underway for those seeking employment or contract work with the state’s new expanded gaming industry

     The State’s New Expanded Gaming Industry Providing Economic Opportunity for Local Vendors Licensing and registration process actively underway for those seeking employment or contract work with the state’s new expanded gaming industry Today the Massachusetts Gaming Commission’s Division of Licensing is pleased to announce that many local vendors have received the necessary registration [...]

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Timeline Update: Commission releases important revised timeline regarding resort-casino licensing deadlines and required actions for Regions A & C

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has released a revised document which offers ESTIMATED schedules for the award of Category 1 (resort-casino) gaming licenses for Regions A (Eastern Mass) and C (Southeastern Mass).  This new timeline also includes the tentative schedule for actions that pertain to the City of Boston based on actions taken at a July 2nd Commission [...]

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