Two Mass. gaming applicants face deadline. Mass Gaming & Entertainment and PPE Casino Resorts have submitted preliminary applications and $400,000 entry fees to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission. But neither has disclosed whether they intend to seek a regional resort casino license or the sole slots parlor license.
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