Third Casino Bill Clears Legislative CommitteeThe measure now goes to the State Senate for further action
Tribes Bring Casino Employees To Capitol To Back East Windsor CasinoThe Mohegan and the Mashantucket Pequot tribes today bused casino employees to Hartford, to urge state lawmakers to allow the tribes to open a new gambling location in East Windsor.
Debate Continues Over Non-Tribal Group Casino BillBoth sides of the debate made their case at a public hearing Monday before the state legislature's Finance Revenue and Bonding Committee, on a bill that would allow non-tribal groups to vie to build a new casino in Connecticut.
House Speaker Gives Vote On Casino Bill A 50-50 ChanceHouse Speaker Joe Aresimowicz says legislation allowing a new tribal casino in East Windsor has a ``50-50 chance'' of coming up for a vote in this year's legislative session.
$80M Convention Center Expansion Planned At Mohegan SunMohegan Sun officials formally announced plans for an $80-million convention center expansion.
Casino Bills Clear Public Safety CommitteeState lawmakers on the Public Safety Committee today are advancing proposals to create a third casino in Connecticut, and to set up a process that might allow someone other than the Mohegans and the Mashantucket Pequots to operate a new casino.
Tribes Unveil Artist's Rendering Of Proposed CasinoConnecticut's two federally recognized tribes have unveiled an artist's rendering of their proposed casino in East Windsor.
Tribes Unveil Artist's Rendering Of Proposed Border CasinoConnecticut's two federally recognized tribes have unveiled an artist's rendering of their proposed casino in East Windsor.
Casino Gaming Proposals Face Public HearingThe General Assembly's Public Safety and Security Committee holds a public hearing Thursday on a pair of proposals that would expand casino gaming in Connecticut.
Former Federal Official Warns Casino Revenue Deal At RiskA former U.S. Department of Interior secretary is warning Gov. Dannel P. Malloy that Connecticut's current casino revenue sharing arrangement with two federally recognized tribes could end if those tribes are allowed to open a third casino.
Casino Foes Host Forum In East WindsorMore than 100 people turned out Monday night at East Windsor High School, for a forum organized by opponents of plans for a third casino in Connecticut.
Hearing Upcoming On Proposed CasinoState lawmakers will be asking more questions of Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes about their proposal to build a third casino, now that they've chosen East Windsor for a location.