Gaming Provision Draws Ire from Some Southeastern Massachusetts Officials


Gaming Provision Draws Ire from Some Southeastern Mass. Officials. The provision in the state’s new gaming legislation, which allows Native American Tribes (like the Mashpee Wampanoag) a first shot at opening a casino in the state’s Southeastern region, has officials split on whether or not it’s a good thing that they’re not being courted as heavily as other parts of the state. [Taunton Gazette]