" BOSTON (CBS/AP) — The state gambling commission has cleared the first of four companies seeking the sole license to build a slots parlor in Massachusetts to continue with its bid.
Mass Gaming & Entertainment, a subsidiary of Chicago-based Rush Street Gaming, is eyeing potential locations in the town of Millbury after failing to reach an agreement with officials in Worcester.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission said Thursday that MGE had passed a background check required by the panel and was qualified to proceed to the next phase of the application process.
“The time we’re taking maximizes the potential that we really can get this right, which is what it was all about,” said Stephen Crosby, chairman of Mass. Gaming.
But while the commission tries to get it right, things are going very wrong in the casino industry "
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