The Massachusetts Governor's race and the Attorney General's race got a lot more interesting on Tuesday.

The state's highest court ruled that Massachusetts voters will be able to vote on whether the state's casino gambling law should be repealed.

What does the ruling mean for Massachusetts politics? Who are the real winners (hint: broadcast media)? Will it effect Gov. Patrick's legacy? Call it a "narrative of unpredictability", says Peter Kadzis in The Scrum podcast. Listen to his conversation with WGBH's Adam Reilly above, and share your perspective in the comments section below.