MGM Resorts International has asked to intervene in a lawsuit filed by the state and two federally-recognized Native American tribes against the U.S. Department of the Interior.
The casino battle is officially underway at the State Capitol with the first big legislative hearing on the issue.
The Mohegan and Mashantucket Pequot Tribes have announced the name of their new casino in East Windsor on Monday.
Bridgeport area lawmakers are promising to resurrect legislation opening up the bidding process for a casino in the Park City.
The federal government may have finally given the go-ahead to a satellite tribal casino in East Windsor, but that doesn’t mean the debate over gambling in Connecticut is settled.
Springfield’s MGM casino will be opening up this summer, and that has the tribes here in Connecticut worried.
Plans by Connecticut’s two federally recognized tribes to jointly build a casino in East Windsor have received a boost from federal regulators.
Bridgeport and New Haven lawmakers want a new competitive process for Connecticut’s first casino on non-tribal land.
Connecticut lawmakers kept alive a modified bill Friday that could potentially lead to a fourth casino in the state.
A public hearing was held in Hartford on Thursday for a bill that could dramatically impact the future of gaming in the state.