Casino industry must wait for public approval

Rome wasn’t built in a day, and the Massachusetts casino industry won’t be either.

It’s true that the state’s fledgling state gambling commission got off to a rockier-than-expected start. The panel’s selection for interim director generated so much negative press attention, he eventually backed out. Commission members are still in the hunt for their first executive director.

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