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Boston Herald
Charlie Baker makes daily fantasy sports legalwe were included as part of the bill, and the language in there allows us to gr
Charlie Baker makes daily fantasy sports legal
Boston Herald / Posted 16 days ago
we were included as part of the bill, and the language in there allows us to grow and flourish for many years to come in Massachusetts,” Jason Robins, chief executive of DraftKings, said in an interview after Baker signed the bill. “We want to... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Gambling chief said state will win big from casinos By Colin A. Young STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE BOSTON -- Once two resort casinos
Gambling chief said state will win big from casinos
Lowell Sun / Posted 18 days ago
By Colin A. Young STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE BOSTON -- Once two resort casinos under development are open to gamblers, diners and shoppers, Massachusetts can expect to pull in about $300 million in... Read more
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Casino City Times
Three takeaways from the NCLGS Summer MeetingBOSTON -- The National Council of Legislators of Gaming States held its Summer
Three takeaways from the NCLGS Summer Meeting
Casino City Times / Posted 21 days ago
BOSTON -- The National Council of Legislators of Gaming States held its Summer Meeting last weekend at the Boston Marriott Newton. Casino City was in attendance for the Friday session, which featured a lineup of six committee panels, plus a lunch... Read more
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Rolling Good Times
Three takeaways from the NCLGS Summer Meetingsectors hungriest for millennial dollars were lotteries and racing, the most lo
Three takeaways from the NCLGS Summer Meeting
Rolling Good Times / Posted 22 days ago
sectors hungriest for millennial dollars were lotteries and racing, the most long-established forms of gaming in most U.S. states. Only 30% of millennials have bought a lottery ticket in the past year, and millennial presence at racetracks seems to... Read more
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Boston Globe
Government left on shaky ethical ground as political consultants become corporate lobbyistsyear later, the Baker administration agreed to pay Keolis — already the recipie
Government left on shaky ethical ground as political consultants become corporate lobbyists
Boston Globe / Posted 27 days ago
year later, the Baker administration agreed to pay Keolis — already the recipient of the largest operating contract in state history — an additional $66 million to add trains and maintain equipment, with the hope of improving... Read more

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