By Bruce Mohl, Globe Staff | October 26, 2006 Two key Massachusetts lawmakers said yesterday that the state’s antiscalping law isn’t working and needs...

By Bruce Mohl, Globe Staff | October 26, 2006 Two key Massachusetts lawmakers said yesterday that the state’s antiscalping law isn’t working and needs to be revamped, possibly by legalizing the scalping of tickets.

The cochairs of the Legislature’s Consumer Affairs and Professional Licensure Committee said they expect to hold hearings on the state’s ticket resale law early next year and then report out a bill for action by the Legislature. (Full Story)