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Women's group calls on gaming board to 'do the right thing'

Women’s group calls on gaming board to ‘do the right thing'

 

The state gaming board needs to send Steve Wynn a message and ban his name from the $2.4 billion casino being built in Everett, the head of a woman’s advocacy group said.

“Do the right thing and take the name off. Make a statement,” said Debra Robbin, executive director of Jane Doe Inc.

“We should clearly not name a building after someone with these allegations against him.”

Wynn reportedly raped a woman at least three times around 1973 and 1974 at her Chicago apartment, The Associated Press reported yesterday.

That unidentified woman, the AP added, got pregnant and gave birth to a girl in a gas station restroom.

Wynn has already faced sexual harassment and assault allegations first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is reviewing the allegations and the push to drop the Wynn name from the Everett gaming palace that is set to open in June 2019.

Robbin urged the commission to move faster.

“This should not be an issue of debate,” she told the Herald last night. “These are very significant and serious charges.”

Robbin said a name change won’t end the campaign against sexual assault.

Jane Doe promotes the “safety, liberty, and dignity of victims and survivors” of domestic and sexual assault.

Construction of the Wynn Boston Harbor, as the casino is still being called, is well underway.

The project calls for a casino and a five-star resort with 671 hotel rooms; a spa; and retail, dining, ballroom and meeting space on 33 acres along the Mystic River — making it what the company has called the largest private single-phase construction project in state history.The state gaming board needs to send Steve Wynn a message and ban his name from the $2.4 billion casino being built in Everett, the head of a woman’s advocacy group said.

 

“Do the right thing and take the name off. Make a statement,” said Debra Robbin, executive director of Jane Doe Inc.

 

“We should clearly not name a building after someone with these allegations against him.”

Wynn reportedly raped a woman at least three times around 1973 and 1974 at her Chicago apartment, The Associated Press reported yesterday.

That unidentified woman, the AP added, got pregnant and gave birth to a girl in a gas station restroom.

Wynn has already faced sexual harassment and assault allegations first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is reviewing the allegations and the push to drop the Wynn name from the Everett gaming palace that is set to open in June 2019.

Robbin urged the commission to move faster.

“This should not be an issue of debate,” she told the Herald last night. “These are very significant and serious charges.”

Robbin said a name change won’t end the campaign against sexual assault.

The state gaming board needs to send Steve Wynn a message and ban his name from the $2.4 billion casino being built in Everett, the head of a woman’s advocacy group said.

“Do the right thing and take the name off. Make a statement,” said Debra Robbin, executive director of Jane Doe Inc.

 

“We should clearly not name a building after someone with these allegations against him.”

Wynn reportedly raped a woman at least three times around 1973 and 1974 at her Chicago apartment, The Associated Press reported yesterday.

That unidentified woman, the AP added, got pregnant and gave birth to a girl in a gas station restroom.

Wynn has already faced sexual harassment and assault allegations first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is reviewing the allegations and the push to drop the Wynn name from the Everett gaming palace that is set to open in June 2019.

Robbin urged the commission to move faster.

“This should not be an issue of debate,” she told the Herald last night. “These are very significant and serious charges.”

Robbin said a name change won’t end the campaign against sexual assault.

The state gaming board needs to send Steve Wynn a message and ban his name from the $2.4 billion casino being built in Everett, the head of a woman’s advocacy group said.

“Do the right thing and take the name off. Make a statement,” said Debra Robbin, executive director of Jane Doe Inc.

 

“We should clearly not name a building after someone with these allegations against him.”

Wynn reportedly raped a woman at least three times around 1973 and 1974 at her Chicago apartment, The Associated Press reported yesterday.

That unidentified woman, the AP added, got pregnant and gave birth to a girl in a gas station restroom.

Wynn has already faced sexual harassment and assault allegations first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is reviewing the allegations and the push to drop the Wynn name from the Everett gaming palace that is set to open in June 2019.

Robbin urged the commission to move faster.

“This should not be an issue of debate,” she told the Herald last night. “These are very significant and serious charges.”

Robbin said a name change won’t end the campaign against sexual assault.

The state gaming board needs to send Steve Wynn a message and ban his name from the $2.4 billion casino being built in Everett, the head of a woman’s advocacy group said.

“Do the right thing and take the name off. Make a statement,” said Debra Robbin, executive director of Jane Doe Inc.

 

“We should clearly not name a building after someone with these allegations against him.”

Wynn reportedly raped a woman at least three times around 1973 and 1974 at her Chicago apartment, The Associated Press reported yesterday.

That unidentified woman, the AP added, got pregnant and gave birth to a girl in a gas station restroom.

Wynn has already faced sexual harassment and assault allegations first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is reviewing the allegations and the push to drop the Wynn name from the Everett gaming palace that is set to open in June 2019.

Robbin urged the commission to move faster.

“This should not be an issue of debate,” she told the Herald last night. “These are very significant and serious charges.”

Robbin said a name change won’t end the campaign against sexual assault.

The state gaming board needs to send Steve Wynn a message and ban his name from the $2.4 billion casino being built in Everett, the head of a woman’s advocacy group said.

“Do the right thing and take the name off. Make a statement,” said Debra Robbin, executive director of Jane Doe Inc.

 

“We should clearly not name a building after someone with these allegations against him.”

Wynn reportedly raped a woman at least three times around 1973 and 1974 at her Chicago apartment, The Associated Press reported yesterday.

That unidentified woman, the AP added, got pregnant and gave birth to a girl in a gas station restroom.

Wynn has already faced sexual harassment and assault allegations first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is reviewing the allegations and the push to drop the Wynn name from the Everett gaming palace that is set to open in June 2019.

Robbin urged the commission to move faster.

“This should not be an issue of debate,” she told the Herald last night. “These are very significant and serious charges.”

Robbin said a name change won’t end the campaign against sexual assault.

The state gaming board needs to send Steve Wynn a message and ban his name from the $2.4 billion casino being built in Everett, the head of a woman’s advocacy group said.

“Do the right thing and take the name off. Make a statement,” said Debra Robbin, executive director of Jane Doe Inc.

 

“We should clearly not name a building after someone with these allegations against him.”

Wynn reportedly raped a woman at least three times around 1973 and 1974 at her Chicago apartment, The Associated Press reported yesterday.

That unidentified woman, the AP added, got pregnant and gave birth to a girl in a gas station restroom.

Wynn has already faced sexual harassment and assault allegations first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is reviewing the allegations and the push to drop the Wynn name from the Everett gaming palace that is set to open in June 2019.

Robbin urged the commission to move faster.

“This should not be an issue of debate,” she told the Herald last night. “These are very significant and serious charges.”

Robbin said a name change won’t end the campaign against sexual assault.

The state gaming board needs to send Steve Wynn a message and ban his name from the $2.4 billion casino being built in Everett, the head of a woman’s advocacy group said.

“Do the right thing and take the name off. Make a statement,” said Debra Robbin, executive director of Jane Doe Inc.

 

“We should clearly not name a building after someone with these allegations against him.”

Wynn reportedly raped a woman at least three times around 1973 and 1974 at her Chicago apartment, The Associated Press reported yesterday.

That unidentified woman, the AP added, got pregnant and gave birth to a girl in a gas station restroom.

Wynn has already faced sexual harassment and assault allegations first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is reviewing the allegations and the push to drop the Wynn name from the Everett gaming palace that is set to open in June 2019.

Robbin urged the commission to move faster.

“This should not be an issue of debate,” she told the Herald last night. “These are very significant and serious charges.”

Robbin said a name change won’t end the campaign against sexual assault.

The state gaming board needs to send Steve Wynn a message and ban his name from the $2.4 billion casino being built in Everett, the head of a woman’s advocacy group said.

“Do the right thing and take the name off. Make a statement,” said Debra Robbin, executive director of Jane Doe Inc.

 

“We should clearly not name a building after someone with these allegations against him.”

Wynn reportedly raped a woman at least three times around 1973 and 1974 at her Chicago apartment, The Associated Press reported yesterday.

That unidentified woman, the AP added, got pregnant and gave birth to a girl in a gas station restroom.

Wynn has already faced sexual harassment and assault allegations first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is reviewing the allegations and the push to drop the Wynn name from the Everett gaming palace that is set to open in June 2019.

Robbin urged the commission to move faster.

“This should not be an issue of debate,” she told the Herald last night. “These are very significant and serious charges.”

Robbin said a name change won’t end the campaign against sexual assault.

The state gaming board needs to send Steve Wynn a message and ban his name from the $2.4 billion casino being built in Everett, the head of a woman’s advocacy group said.

“Do the right thing and take the name off. Make a statement,” said Debra Robbin, executive director of Jane Doe Inc.

 

“We should clearly not name a building after someone with these allegations against him.”

Wynn reportedly raped a woman at least three times around 1973 and 1974 at her Chicago apartment, The Associated Press reported yesterday.

That unidentified woman, the AP added, got pregnant and gave birth to a girl in a gas station restroom.

Wynn has already faced sexual harassment and assault allegations first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is reviewing the allegations and the push to drop the Wynn name from the Everett gaming palace that is set to open in June 2019.

Robbin urged the commission to move faster.

“This should not be an issue of debate,” she told the Herald last night. “These are very significant and serious charges.”

Robbin said a name change won’t end the campaign against sexual assault.

The state gaming board needs to send Steve Wynn a message and ban his name from the $2.4 billion casino being built in Everett, the head of a woman’s advocacy group said.

“Do the right thing and take the name off. Make a statement,” said Debra Robbin, executive director of Jane Doe Inc.

 

“We should clearly not name a building after someone with these allegations against him.”

Wynn reportedly raped a woman at least three times around 1973 and 1974 at her Chicago apartment, The Associated Press reported yesterday.

That unidentified woman, the AP added, got pregnant and gave birth to a girl in a gas station restroom.

Wynn has already faced sexual harassment and assault allegations first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is reviewing the allegations and the push to drop the Wynn name from the Everett gaming palace that is set to open in June 2019.

Robbin urged the commission to move faster.

“This should not be an issue of debate,” she told the Herald last night. “These are very significant and serious charges.”

Robbin said a name change won’t end the campaign against sexual assault.


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