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MEETING NOTIFICATION: Massachusetts Gaming Commission to hold open public meeting 7/24/14; topics include research and problem gambling, status updates from MGM and Penn National, and process and licensing schedule update for Region A

Massachusetts Gaming Commission to Hold Open Public Meeting Topics include Research and Problem Gambling, Status Updates from MGM and Penn National, and Process and Licensing Schedule Update for Region A WHO: Members of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission including Chairman Steve Crosby, Commissioner Gayle Cameron, Commissioner James McHugh, Commissioner Bruce Stebbins and Commissioner Enrique Zuniga; Massachusetts Executive [...]

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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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MGC Open Meeting

July 24, 2014 at 10:30am
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The Massachusetts Gaming Commission wants to know what you think.

MGC welcomes feedback from communities and stakeholders as the state continues to prepare for the arrival of expanded gaming. MGC encourages residents, business owners and public officials to take advantage of the opportunity to contribute input and influence outcomes. MGC will frequently issue requests for public comment on a variety of issues.

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