BOSTON — Tribal casinos and internet gambling are two of the topics up for discussion when the Massachusetts Gaming Commission gathers for its second meeting.
The five-member panel appointed to oversee casino gambling in the state is scheduled to meet Tuesday as it continues to lay the groundwork for its future operations.
The panel's agenda also includes personnel issues and an update on negotiations with two outside consultants.
The commission voted at its initial meeting to seek agreements with Spectrum Gaming Group and the law firm of Michael & Carroll for advice in establishing casino regulations and law enforcement procedures. Both firms are based in New Jersey.
The new state gaming law allows up to three destination casinos and one slots parlor in Massachusetts. The commission will award all four gambling licenses.