Proposed Mass. Ballot Question Would Repeal Casino Law

August 7, 2013 7:43 PM
Proposed Mass. Ballot Question Would Repeal Casino Law
" BOSTON (AP) — A coalition of gambling opponents is pushing a proposed ballot question that would repeal the law legalizing casino gambling in Massachusetts.

The group says it filed the proposed question with the state attorney general’s office on Wednesday, the deadline for submitting questions for the 2014 ballot.

The group, which includes Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone, says casinos do more harm than good. The law authorizes up to three casinos and one slots parlor "

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