A number of potential candidates have bowed out of contention for a position on the state’s new gambling commission due to the relatively low pay for a job that will attract intense public scrutiny, leaving four of the five spots still open less than a month before the deadline for making the appointments. “The compensation has been a deterrent for some people,’’ acknowledged Treasurer Steve Grossman, who must appoint one commission member with experience in corporate finance and securities.
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