Sen. Jehlen to host debate on expanded gambling in Medford – Oct. 15

This comes from Senator Jehlen’s Office:

The debate on expanded gambling in Massachusetts is heating up, with hearings scheduled this month, and a vote likely early next year.  One of the first public discussions this year will be held on Thursday, October 15.

I’m inviting you to a debate on the issue on Thursday October 15 from 7:00 – 9:00 at Century Bank, 400 Mystic Avenue in Medford.  The forum will feature speakers representing both sides of the gambling debate.  Knowing the presenters, I can promise an informative and entertaining exchange.

Senator Sue Tucker represents the City of Lawrence and the towns of Andover, Dracut, and Tewksbury.  In 1996, Sen. Tucker organized a statewide coalition against casinos in Massachusetts.  Now she is working with business, political, and the religious communities to build a diverse coalition to defeat any proposal for expansion.

Representative Kathi-Anne Reinstein represents Revere, Chelsea and Saugus.  She has long been a proponent of expanded gaming, believing that it is an economic growth opportunity not only in her native region, but also throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Senator Tucker and Representative Reinstein will present arguments for and against casinos and other forms of expanded gambling in Massachusetts.  Audience members will have an opportunity to ask questions and to express their own opinions.  Light refreshments will be served.

From Woburn, take exit 30 off  Route 93, and turn onto Mystic Ave.  Century Bank is visible on your right. 

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One Response to “Sen. Jehlen to host debate on expanded gambling in Medford – Oct. 15”

  1. JohnD Says:

    Sean,

    When are you going to publicly endorse a candidate for the MA-Sen special election? And who will it be?

    -JD

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