With the federal government unlikely to retake land into trust for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) is exploring next steps for the state’s final casino license earmarked for the southeastern part of the state.
In a letter to the MGC disclosed last week, attorneys for Rush Street Gaming said the company remains interested in obtaining that last license.
“Most fundamentally, our clients remain interested in and committed to their plan to develop a resort in Brockton,” David Apfel and Roberto Braceras, attorneys with Goodwin, wrote in a six-page letter to the commission.
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