A map showing the 3 Massachusetts regions where casino licenses can theoretically be granted. Some voters want this law repealed now.
Nobody in the state of Massachusetts doubts that the folks there like to gamble. However, there seems to be a certain disconnect between that fact and the outcomes of current referendums, in which voters have already been rejecting casinos left and right across the state. The message seems become that casinos are okay as long as they’ren’t located inside their own backyard.
Perhaps Not Near Me
Also Governor Deval Patrick has said that he’dn’t would like a casino in his hometown of Richmond, while State home Speaker Robert DeLeo says he’d vote against one in Winthrop. Mind you, both are theoretically in benefit of expanded gambling into the state just like long they live as it doesn’t land where.
But some anti-casino advocates are reading these votes in another way. They’ve said all along that casinos are harmful to communities and the state as a whole, and they desire to end the casino expansion before it even gets started. Soon ago, a small grouping of selectmen from four Massachusetts towns created the MetroWest Anti-Casino Coalition, an organization that became specialized in repealing the casino legislation and stopping any gambling enterprises whatsoever from being integrated their state; they now state their work has had such an effect that the team has served its pur (más…)