As the expression goes, when it rains it pours. And regrettably, the current situation in Massachusetts is much more serious than such an expression conveys. As promised, the Legislature moved before Thanksgiving to legalize expanded predatory gambling. The conference committee
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, September 14, 2011 MFI PRESIDENT DENOUNCES VOTE BY HOUSE TO BRING SLOT MACHINES TO MASS Calls on Senate to stop move towards casino culture in Bay State WOBURN, MA–Massachusetts Family Institute President Kris Mineau released the
With the conflict of interest conviction of former House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi last week, transparency in government is once again front and center. But no one seems to have informed current Speaker DeLeo, Senate President Murray or Governor Patrick.
Last year, the seemingly unstoppable push for expanded predatory gambling in Massachusetts came to a halt when a division developed between Beacon Hill leaders over the placement of slot machines at the state’s racetracks. The debate has once again kicked