Foxwoods Resort Casino has reported gains in betting and revenue, while its Connecticut neighbor, Mohegan Sun, reported a drop in its financial results.
MGM Resorts is suing top Connecticut officials, including Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, claiming the law he signed that could lead to a third tribal casino in the state is unconstitutional because it gives Connecticut’s tribes preferential treatment.
In May, casino revenue rose in all states except Connecticut and New Jersey.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy plans to sign a bill into law creating a multi-step process for possibly opening a new tribal casino along the Connecticut border to fight out-of-state gambling […]
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Foxwoods Resort Casino by three gamblers who claimed they were denied more than $1.1 million in winnings and lost their $1.6 million deposit because the Connecticut casino wrongly accused them of cheating.
Winnings from slot machines were up 6 percent at Mohegan Sun in April but down 2.7 percent at the Foxwoods Resort Casino compared with the same month last year.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – A consultant hired by two Connecticut tribes says that new facilities planned in New York and Massachusetts could siphon away $570 million annually in gambling revenue from the state’s industry by […]
Schaghticoke Indian Tribe says it may pursue a gambling hall on its small, nearly empty reservation alongside the
A coalition of Connecticut legislators, the state’s two federally recognized Indian tribes and union leaders are backing a bill that would allow up to three new, smaller casinos to help combat gambling competition in neighboring states.
The court operated by the tribe that owns the Foxwoods Resort Casino has heard a challenge over the hiring of a former tribal councilor who had been convicted of theft charges.