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Schaghticoke Tribe Withdraws Casino Lawsuit The Schaghticoke Tribal Nation has withdrawn its lawsuit that challenged the process the state used to pick two other tribes to run what would be Connecticut's third casino.
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Tribe, MGM Join Forces To Fight Connecticut Casino PlanA tribe in western Connecticut has joined forces with MGM to fight a state law that allows only two federally recognized tribes to pursue a new casino in the state.
Tattoos, Martial Arts And Poker? Casinos Wooing MillennialsCasinos are bringing in tattoo studios, mixed martial arts competitions and other offbeat attractions in an effort to draw millennials.
Former Connecticut Official Joins Tribal Casino Venture
July Betting And Revenue Up At Foxwoods, Down At Mohegan SunFoxwoods Resort Casino has reported gains in betting and revenue, while its Connecticut neighbor, Mohegan Sun, reported a drop in its financial results.
Moody's Sees Slight Improvement In US Casino FinancesIn May, casino revenue rose in all states except Connecticut and New Jersey.
Letter Assures Lawmakers Casino Bill Won't Impact CompactHARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Attorney General George Jepsen is reiterating how legislation that could eventually lead to a new casino won't impact Connecticut's existing financial arrangement with the owners of Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods Resort Casinos.
Governor Malloy With Ray DunawayGovernor Malloy talks about gambling, transportation, recent meetings in Washington -- and his thoughts on Martin O'Malley and Jerry Brown -- with WTIC's Ray Dunaway. Hear the full interview.
More Tribal Casinos Bill Clears CommitteeA bill that would authorize Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes to open up to three jointly operated casinos is moving through the legislative process.
Supporters Say Expanded Gaming Would Add Jobshe leaders of Connecticut's two federally recognized Indian tribes made a united pitch Tuesday to open at least one, jointly-owned casino, warning lawmakers the state could lose 18,000 jobs once a casino in neighboring Springfield, Massachusetts opens in 21/2 years.
Schaghticoke Chief Wants Gambling HallSchaghticoke Indian Tribe says it may pursue a gambling hall on its small, nearly empty reservation alongside the Appalachian Trail.

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