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Commission commends Plainridge Park Casino for exceeding diversity goals

As construction concludes in Plainville, MA and Plainridge Park Casino prepares to open its doors, I would like to commend project owner Penn National Gaming and their contractor Turner Construction for their strong commitment to diversity during the construction of their $225 million gaming facility. This commitment resulted in numerous vendor and supplier opportunities for Minority, Women and Veteran Owned businesses. In fact, the project owners exceeded their own diversity goals awarding contracts of about $27.6 million to Minority, Women and Veteran owned businesses (out of $82.2M total contracts awarded as of Dec. 31, 2014).

A Request for Public Comment: Regulations pertaining to Individuals Excluded from the Gaming Establishment

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is seeking public comment on the following draft regulation: 205 CMR 152.00 DRAFT: Individuals Excluded from the Gaming Establishment Please email comments to with ‘draft regulation comment’ in the subject line.  All written comments must be received by May 21, 2015 at 5:00 pm. The Commission will review any comments received, update the draft regulations […]

A joint statement from the Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General and the Massachusetts Gaming Commission

The Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General and the Massachusetts Gaming Commission have reached a mutual decision regarding recently instituted litigation by the Cities of Boston, Revere and Somerville against the Commission challenging its decision to license a casino in Everett. The Attorney General’s office and the Commission agree that the AG’s existing criminal prosecution […]


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