Mass. Gambling Agency Gives Nod To License Fee Changes

Law360, New York (February 6, 2014, 2:19 PM EST) -- The Massachusetts Gaming Commission on Thursday gave its initial nod to modifying the way it will charge and collect gambling license fees, and noted that it will continue to move forward despite efforts to repeal the state’s gambling law.

In a unanimous vote, the commission approved the draft of an emergency rule that will allow the agency to assess its annual operating costs and charge a fee to license holders accordingly. The changes will also give the commission flexibility and discretion to allow license winners to...
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