Oct. 23, 2014
C. Walsh Theatre at Suffolk University
55 Temple Street Boston, MA 02114
Scott Harshbarger (former Attorney General, State of Massachusetts) Carlo DeMaria (Mayor, City of Everett) Charlie Stefanini (Labor Outreach Director, Coalition to Protect Mass Jobs) John Ribeiro (Director, Repeal the Deal campaign) Moderated by Fr. Richard McGowan (Economics Professor, Boston College)
ACTUAL VENUE: SUFFOLK LAW SCHOOL, 120 TREMONT STREET, MAIN FUNCTION ROOM
Co-Presented with Suffolk University's Alumni Association
This public forum to be held just before the November 4th vote will likely be the last chance for the leaders on each side of the casino debate to make their case to - and take questions directly from - the people of Greater Boston. We present this an opportunity for the people of our state to hear whether the licensing process is playing out as expected and jobs will be available right on schedule or that the lawsuits, hints of organized crime, and regulator bias in this process thus far are harbingers of worse effects to come.