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Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin has filed an amicus brief with the U.S. District Court in support of the Massachusetts lawsuit against the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration seeking to reverse a federal regulation that reduces ground-fishing allotments by 77 percent. more
Three casino developers competing for Massachusetts’ sole slots-parlor license will each deliver a 90-minute presentation to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission on Monday, the Taunton Gazette reported. more
Save The Bay Executive Director Jonathan Stone has asked the the R.I. General Assembly to enact House Bill 6031 to reduce the number of cesspools in the state and to ensure cleaner, safer water, reduce beach and shellfishing closures, and better protect the public health. more
The R.I. Supreme Court ruled Friday that the Narragansett Indian Tribe has been harmed by the state opening table games at Twin River Casino and allowed the tribe’s lawsuit against the gambling expansion to proceed. more
The Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority submitted its final application to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission ahead of the proposal deadline on Tuesday, pushing forward its bid for the sole Boston-area gaming license, the Boston Business Journal reported. more
Rhode Island Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin announced Friday with eight other state attorneys general, the California Energy Commission and the city of New York an agreement with the U.S. Department of Energy that requires the department to follow a timetable for updating overdue energy efficiency standards for four common commercial appliances. more
Marty Tatum’s 26 years of military service includes experience with the Seabees – the U.S. naval construction force – as well as time in Kuwait and at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba. more
Royal Bank of Scotland Plc will pay $153.7 million to resolve U.S. regulatory claims that a brokerage unit misled investors in a 2007 financial product linked to subprime mortgages. more
About 800,000 people have signed up for private health plans through Obamacare in January, pushing total enrollment to 3 million as negative perceptions about the program give way to more practical needs. more
City planners Tuesday night unveiled a first-draft rewrite of the Providence zoning code intended to modernize and clarify local land-use rules while encouraging some new urban development. more
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