Daily Feed: Mayor Menino Throws In Support for Casino Proposal

Mayor Menino Throws In Support for Casino Proposal. “Boston is the state’s leading metropolitan area with the most population, the most destinations and the most hotels,” Menino said. “A casino will work here.” Chances are that there will be quite a few dissenting opinions. [Herald]

Elizabeth Warren Has A Burger Named After Her (Already). Now it’s official (as if it weren’t already): Warren has arrived, thanks to the menu at Bartley’s in Harvard Square. [YFrog Photo]

Hollywood, Cambridge-Style: Entrepreneur Walk of Fame To Open Today In Kendall Square. Indeed, the Cambridge interpretation of Hollywood’s famed sidewalk of the stars will be unveiled this afternoon, decorated with greats like Steve Jobs, Thomas Edison, and Bill Hewlett. But where, oh where, is the man some call MIT’s greatest modern innovator, Dr.-Drug-Delivery-Genius-With-800+-Patents-and-More-Research-Citations-Than-Any-Other-Engineer-In-The-World-Probably-Destined-For-a-Nobel, Bob Langer? [Xconomy]

Suffolk Study Finds Romneycare Cost State Thousands of Jobs. “The United States is looking down the barrel of this with national health-care reform,” said Paul Bachman, research director of Suffolk University’s Beacon Hill Institute, because President Obama’s national plan is inspired in part by Romneycare. [Fox]

Governor Patrick, Community Push MBTA to Reconsider Target for Green Line Expansion. Because 2020 is prettttty far off from the original target date of … this month. [WBUR]