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Mark Arsenault

Mark Arsenault covers casino development and gambling issues for The Boston Globe. He joined the newspaper in 2010 in the Washington, D.C., bureau, where he covered national politics and the U.S. Congress. He has worked at newspapers in New England since 1989, including 10 years at The Providence Journal.

Latest stories

Olympics group won’t continue without public’s backing

By , Globe Staff

Boston 2024 wants a majority of the public’s support, and says it would be open to a statewide referendum on the bid.

Patrick to forgo $7,500 daily fee from Boston 2024

By , Globe Staff

The former governor won’t take the fee he was to be paid for occasional travel on behalf of the local Olympic bid committee.

Patrick to forgo $7,500 daily fee for Olympic work

By , Globe Staff

The former governor said he will not accept pay from Boston 2024 for consulting on the city’s Olympic bid.

Boston Olympics would bring billions, study says

By , Globe Staff

The study suggests the ultimate success or failure of a Boston-area Olympics would depend on how well organizers stick to their private-funding plan.