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Decision over best economic outcome for Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Greater Brockton region .. . . .
The economics of Rush Street vs. Mashpee Wampanoag Nation Tribal deal
Conversations with major leaders from 2014-2016 . . .
More than 300 civic leaders and citizens consulted ..
Neil Bluhm - Brockton Website (2016)http://www.brockton.ma.us/docs/default-source/casino/rush-street-gaming-presentation-to-city-council-3_2_15.pdf?sfvrsn=2
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MDM Transportation Consultants - Brockton Website (2015)http://www.brockton.ma.us/docs/default-source/casino/traffic-impact-and-access-study-%2818mb%29.pdf?sfvrsn=4
Traffic impact study on . . .
- Tribal Nation's Website ()http://mashpeewampanoagtribe.com/
Explore the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, its history and traditions in Massachusetts.
RUSH STREET GAMING is a . . .
MASS. GAMING & ENTERTAINMENT is . . .
We anticipate 500 full-time and 200 part-time jobs created within 8 months:
First three years $X million; subsequently $Y million annually from direct, indirect, and induced spending
$50 million to state and local coffers
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