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Revenue At Plainridge Park Casino Declines Again
(Associated Press) - Slot machine revenue at Plainridge Park Casino, the state's only slots parlor, has dropped for the second straight month.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission said Thursday that Plainridge generated $12.6 million in gross gambling revenue in September...
Casino Companies To Begin Payments This Month
Gambling money will begin flowing into local government coffers in earnest now that the state's casino law survived an Election Day repeal effort.
In the coming weeks, MGM says it will make more than $1 million in community payments to Springfield, where it is building an $800 million resort...
Pro-Casino Group Ramps Up Camaign Spending
A casino-financed group seeking to defeat November's ballot question to repeal the state's gambling law is ramping up its campaign spending.
The Coalition to Protect Massachusetts Jobs spent $702,000 from Sept. 1 through 15, according to the group's most recent campaign finance filing.…
Penn National Makes $25 Million Payment To State
The state's decision to welcome casino gambling to Massachusetts is beginning to pay off.
 
    On Friday, Penn National Gaming announced it has submitted an electronic payment of $25 million to the state for the Plainridge Park Casino gambling license...
Construction To Begin For Slots Parlor
The company that was awarded a license for the state's first and only slots parlor says it is ready to start construction on the facility.
 
    Penn National Gaming announced on Monday it planned to hold a groundbreaking ceremony on Friday at the Plainridge harness race track…