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Massachusetts High Court Hears Case for Casino Repeal Vote

Posted by on Feb 28, 2020 in Royal Vegas Casino | Comments Off

Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley appears by her decision to reject a ballot proposition to repeal the state’s 2011 casino legislation. (Image: AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

Opponents of casino gambling in Massachusetts have actually been waging war against the expansion on every battlefront possible. They’ve had wins and losses across the state, nonetheless they’ve constantly made their case. Now, they’re hoping that the court that is highest in Massachusetts can give them one last possiblity to put the problem before voters.

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court heard arguments the other day over the concern of whether a measure to repeal the 2011 casino law can show up on the statewide ballot in November. The move would basically create a referendum on whether casinos could be built one that could disrupt the procedure also if it was to ultimately fail.

State Believes Implied Contracts Is Violated By Repeal

That disruption ended up being one of the main arguments made by solicitors for hawaii, including Attorney General Martha Coakley, who rejected the petition it was unconstitutional because she felt. According to Coakley, such a repeal would cause damage to the ‘implied agreements’ between casino license applicants and the continuing state gambling payment. She argued that those contract rights would be illegally recinded with no settlement for the casino companies.

Coakley made remarks at a morning me

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