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The Massachusetts Gaming Commission supports Responsible Gaming Education Week from August 1st – August 5th
- Jul 29, 2016
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) is pleased to announce its support and recognition of Responsible Gaming Education Week (RGEW) from August 1st- August 5th, 2016. RGEW was developed by the American Gaming Association in 1998 to increase awareness of problem gambling among gaming industry employees and customers, and to promote responsible gaming nationwide. In an effort to raise awareness for RGEW, MGC has partnered with the Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling and Plainridge Park Casino (PPC) to promote a week-long series of “PlayMyWay” – themed initiatives.
Meeting Notification: MGC to hold public meeting on 8/1, TOPICS: Horse Racing at Brockton Fairgrounds and the Community Mitigation Fund
- Jul 28, 2016
WHO: Members of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission including Chairman Steve Crosby, Commissioner Gayle Cameron, Commissioner Lloyd Macdonald, Commissioner Bruce Stebbins and Commissioner Enrique Zuniga. WHAT: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) will hold its 196th open public meeting on Monday, August 1, 2016. The Commission is expected to vote on a submitted request for Race Horse Development Funds […]
A statement from the Massachusetts Gaming Commission regarding federal court decision in the case of Littlefield et al vs. US Department of Interior
- Jul 28, 2016
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is reviewing the latest federal court decision in the case of Littlefield et al vs. US Department of Interior. Today’s outcome reflects the uncertainties that have long been part of the Commission’s deliberations in Southeastern Mass. At a time deemed appropriate, the Commission will engage in a public discussion to further […]
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