It's Déjà Vu As Massachusetts Delays Discussion On Final Casino License

For the fourth time in less than a year, gaming regulators have postponed action on whether to reopen the bidding process for a southeastern Massachusetts casino, delaying a potential decision on a bid by a company that wants a second chance at a license.

Ever since the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) declined to issue a Region C license to Mass Gaming & Entertainment (MG&E) in 2016, the venture led by Rush Street Gaming has asked the commission to reconsider its denial of a license to operate a casino-resort in Brockton.

In July, the commission declined to reconsider the project, delaying any decision until September. The MGC punted again in September, but set a November 30 deadline for interested parties to submit comments.

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