Massachusetts Casino Repeal Initiative, Question 3 (2014

Support the news Mass. High Court: Voters To Decide Casino Issue. Updated June 24, 2014. Bob Salsberg This article is more than 6 years old. The casino industry and its opponents geared up Tuesday Support the news 1 Way Mass. Casino Law Differs: Money For Neighboring Towns 04:42 X This segment aired on July 14, 2014. Curt Nickisch. Business & Technology Reporter Curt Nickisch was Casino opponents, in turn, offered a buffet of reasons to vote for repeal, saying the gambling industry would take customers from small businesses, and increase gambling addiction, traffic, and The Affordable Casino Repeal Initiative, Question 3 was on the November 2014 statewide ballot in Massachusetts as an initiated state statute, where it was defeated.The measure would have repealed a 2011 law allowing resort casinos to operate within the state. Based on the wording of the measure, a yes vote on Question 3 meant no casinos in the state, and a no vote would have upheld the law Mass. Casino Panel Denies Request to Delay Eastern Region License. Boston Mayor Martin Walsh had hoped the state gambling panel would delay its decision on a Greater Boston casino license. –The Mass. Voters Reject Casino Repeal; Expanded Gambling Will Stand . The committee to defeat Question 3 on Massachusetts ballots prevailed on Election Day. –AP SHARE TWEET Created with Sketch

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