Anti-casino signs have been posted near the Mashpee line in Cotuit. The Mashpee
Wampanoag Tribe is planning on developing a casino in Taunton that would cost
$500 million to complete.
Slogans on the signs use words like broken trust and Ponzi scheme. They are
posted near routes 28 and 130 in Cotuit on a utility pole.
The owner of the signs has not been identified.
Currently there is an application that is pending with the federal Bureau of
Indian Affairs. The Wampanoag Tribe has applied to have land put into trust for
their future casino. However, there are still legal obstacles that the tribe
will have to overcome before the casino can be built.
Voters will be asked on the November 4 ballot about the state's gaming law.
Question 3 asks voters if they wish to repeal the current law. If approved, it
would prevent casinos from being built.
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