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Massachusetts Fines Wynn Resorts

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Massachusetts Fines Wynn Resorts

Massachusetts Fines Wynn Resorts

On Tuesday Massachusetts gaming regulators said that Wynn Resorts can retain its gaming license needed to run a $2.6 billion casino built outside of Boston with a fine and license conditions.

Reuters reports that the watchdog said it would impose a $35 million fine on Wynn and a $500,000 fine on Chief Executive Officer Matthew Maddox, in addition to a series of license conditions, including an independent monitor to oversee the company’s adherence to policies.

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