City Revere Files a Lawsuit Against the Gaming Commission of Massachusetts

Revere, a populous city five miles away from downtown Boston, has recently filed case from the Massachusetts Gaming Commission. the lawsuit may be the loss that its casino Mohegan Sun has suffered against Wynn Resorts. The two companies bet for the chance to get casino license for the area in Boston. The accusations that Revere made were that the Gaming Commission violated state laws when it pronounced Wynn Resorts’ offer once the winner to create a casino.

Revere advertised that the Gaming Commission has unlawfully set Wynn Resorts since the favorite option during the application stage, and further stated that the members of the commission have attended meetings in key during the breaks associated with the official conferences. There they further discussed the applicant’s jobs, something that appears against the Open Meeting Law associated with the State of Massachusetts.

The lawsuit consisted of forty-nine pages and is made by the authorities of Revere together with the IBEW local representatives. IBEW is the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. The local electrical workers stood against the Wynn Resorts’ win because many of them have actually lost their jobs if the local offer ended up being maybe not approved, and therefore, neighborhood Suffolk Downs had to shut straight down. In the event that local offer had won, the casino could have been built near the track and could have invigorated the area and possibly created new jobs.