How Massachusetts Has Changed It’s View of Their Own Casinos – The Monday Link

Today's link is written by the only exclusive coverage of all New England's casinos - NETimeGambling.com!  Yes, it's us.  Five years ago almost to the day, when we were in our infancy, I covered a response by anti-casino groups in Massachusetts two years after the Massachusetts Casino Law was passed. To set the stage, only … Continue reading How Massachusetts Has Changed It’s View of Their Own Casinos – The Monday Link

Dr. Clyde Barrow & the Proposed Bridgeport Casino

Attorney General George Jepsen has advised Connecticut legislators to test the market for opening Connecticut to commercial casinos. He seems to think it wouldn't jeopardize $260 million in slots revenue the state expects to collect this year under the exclusive deal with the tribal owners of Foxwoods Resort Casino and the Mohegan Sun. But this … Continue reading Dr. Clyde Barrow & the Proposed Bridgeport Casino

New Hampshire Done With Casinos and D’Allesandro?

Breaking news - New Hampshire will not have a casino. No, this is not a repeat of a previous post, just “Deja vu” all over again. Senator Lou D’Allesandro’s 20th consecutive proposal for a casino bill was overturned by an 11 to 10 vote by the Senate last week. After struggling for over two long … Continue reading New Hampshire Done With Casinos and D’Allesandro?