Court Rejects MGM Lawsuit As Company Competes With TribesMGM Resorts International lost another round Wednesday in a court fight aimed at giving it leverage against Native American tribes in Connecticut as they compete for casino customers.
Casino Expansion In Play As Clock Winds Down On SessionWill the Connecticut House of Representatives pass the casino expansion bill approved by the Senate, allowing the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes go ahead with a satellite casino 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.
Tribes Guaranteeing Slot Arrangement With StateConnecticut's two federally recognized tribes say they'll guarantee their existing revenue sharing agreement and chip in some more money if they're allowed to build a satellite casino in East Windsor.
Report Suggests State Could Lose Big With Springfield CasinoThe General Assembly's fiscal office is predicting Connecticut could lose $68.3 million in revenue once MGM Resorts International's planned casino opens in nearby Springfield, Massachusetts, in the fall of 2018.
Schaghticoke Tribe Withdraws Casino Lawsuit The Schaghticoke Tribal Nation has withdrawn its lawsuit that challenged the process the state used to pick two other tribes to run what would be Connecticut's third casino.
Suit Over Connecticut Casino Law DismissedConnecticut's Office of the Attorney General ready to defend against any appeal
Four Municipalities Submit Casino ProposalsConnecticut communities interested in hosting a new tribal casino are facing a closing date to submit their proposals.
MGM Still Interested In Connecticut For Another Casino
MGM Resorts Files Suit Against Connecticut OfficialsMGM 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.
Regulators to Give Formal Approval to Springfield CasinoState gambling regulators are expected to finalize a deal making MGM Springfield Massachusetts' first licensed casino operator.
Mass. Gaming Officials Okay MGM Springfield CasinoMGM will be named Massachusetts' first casino operator, but the Las Vegas-based gambling giant will not have to immediately pay millions of dollars in state fees and other payments required by law.

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