Gaming Commission won’t stream Wynn hearing or post report online By Boston Globe April 1, 2019 at 3:57 pm Back in 2013, when Steve Wynn came before the state Gaming Commission to argue that he was suitable to hold a Massachusetts casino license, the commission took all its normal steps to make the proceedings transparent. It posted the results of the commission’s suitability investigation online and streamed the proceedings on its website. Ultimately, the commission deemed the Las Vegas mogul and his company suitable, and later granted a license to build a casino in Everett. That was then. On Tuesday, when the commission starts reconsidering the suitability of top Wynn Resorts executives, it won’t stream the hearing online. While it will make available copies of its new investigation, it won’t post the findings on the commission’s website. This from an agency that prides itself on being among the most transparent in state government.