- The Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling
This site provides information and resources for anyone interested in learning more about problem gambling and its impact on individuals, families and communities.
- Governor Deval Patrick's Resort Casino Bill
2007 House Bill 4307.
- "Beacon Hill shuffling could put casino in the cards" (ProQuest)
Boston Herald, Feb. 13, 2009, pg. 16
Rep. Daniel E. Bosley (D-North Adams) who was ousted as chairman of the House committee that oversees gambling leads people in favor of casinos to be hopeful.
- National Indian Gaming Association's (NIGA)
The common commitment and purpose of NIGA is to advance the lives of Indian peoples economically, socially and politically. NIGA operates as a clearinghouse and educational, legislative and public policy resource for tribes, policymakers and the public on Indian gaming issues and tribal community development.
- Kentucky Gaming
Includes an overview of gaming in Kentucky, gaming law, charitable gaming, Kentucky gaming news, etc.
- Michigan Gaming
Includes gaming law newsletter, current bills, an overview of gaming in Michigan and Michigan gaming law.
- Frontline: An excerpt from: "The Business-Economic Impacts of Licensed Casino Gambling in West Virginia: Short-Term Gain but Long-Term Pain."
By John Warren Kindt.
- The Regional Economic Impacts of Casino Gambling
Rose, Adam. Washington, DC: National Gambling Impact Study Commission, November 5, 1998.
- "Supreme Court ruling may torpedo tribe's plans"
Viser, Matt. Boston Globe. February 24, 2009
- Intergovernmental agreement by and between the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe and the town of Middleborough, Massachusetts.
Town of Middleborough, MA , 2007.
MR 353.3M3 M375 2007
New England Casino Gaming Update, 2009
North Dartmouth, Mass. : Center for Policy Analysis, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, 2009.
378.5M3 S72 C4 N49 2009
Combating Illegal Gambling Reform and Modernization Act.
Washington, D.C.: House of Representatives, 2002.
Y1.1/8:107-591/pt 1, 2
Comments on the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe's Land-In-Trust Application to the United States Department of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Boston, MA: Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
MR 353M3 M364 2008
Massachusetts Conference on Gambling Problems (April 8, 2004: Boston, Mass.)
Boston, MA: Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling, 2004. RC 569.5 G35 M37 2004
Taking the Gamble I: Do Massachusetts Residents Want a Resort Casino?: Executive Summary.
Dartmouth , MA : Center for Policy Analysis, UMASS Dartmouth , February 2007.
MR 378.5M3 S72 C4 T35 2007
Taking the Gamble II: Do Massachusetts Residents Want Slot Machines at the State's Racetracks?; Executive Summary.
| Dartmouth , MA : Center for Policy Analysis, UMASS Dartmouth , February 2007.
MR 378.5M3 S72 C4 T351 2007
Taking the Gamble III: Who Gambles at Connecticut's Casinos: Executive Summary?
Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, UMASS Dartmouth , February 2007
MR 378.5M3 S 72 C4 T353 2007
Gaming in Massachusetts: [electronic resource]: can casinos bring "good jobs"to the Commonwealth?
Kim, Marlene, Susan Moir, Anneta Argyres
Boston, Mass.: UMass Boston, Labor Resource Center, 2009.
Bisset, William T. " Tribal-State Gaming Compacts: The Constitutionality of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act. 21 Hastings Const. L.Q. 71(2p 2000)
De Silva, Cynthia A. "Waging the Wager War: Tribal Sovereignty, Tribal Gaming and California 's Proposition 5 and Chapter 409." 30 McGeorge L. Rev. 1025
Light, Steven Andrew and Rand, Kathryn R. L. Reconciling the Paradox of Tribal Sovereignty: Three Frameworks for Developing Indian Gaming Law and Policy. 4 Nev. L.J. 262 (2003-2004)
This information is provided by The State Library of Massachusetts.
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