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Connecticut’s two federally recognized Native American tribes say they’re disappointed by a ruling that puts a hitch in their plan to open a new casino in East Windsor, but they’ll keep pushing for the project.

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Connecticut’s gaming industry is expected to lose a big pot of money this week when MGM opens a resort in Springfield, Massachusetts, on Friday. The state is bracing for a drop in tax revenue, not just from Springfield, but from other resorts also opening soon.

The Fuzzy Future Of More Connecticut Casinos

Apr 23, 2018
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With Connecticut’s legislative session wrapping up on May 9, it’s unclear which bills on gambling in the state will make it to the finish line before lawmakers hit the campaign trail.

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On Long Island, Nassau County officials are worried about OTB’s ability to make future payments to the county. They say the gambling company missed a March 31 deadline to pay $3 million under its revenue-sharing deal for video lottery terminals at Aqueduct Racetrack.

Legislature Holds Hearing On Casino Bill

Mar 16, 2018
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The state delegation for Bridgeport, Conn., is coming in support of the bill that could make the MGM casino a reality. They showed up at the Public Safety Committee hearing on the matter on Thursday.