Gov. Ned Lamont supports a plan by the state’s two native Indian tribes to build the venue, although he doesn’t expect legislation to be ready this year.
A long-running feud between two native tribes in Connecticut and the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) has come to an end, for now.
The US Department of the Interior abruptly drops its opposition to Connecticut tribes' proposed Tribal Winds casino joint venture.
Lawmakers in the two states have been busy trying to get different gambling bills approved and their hard work is now paying off.
Conencticut’s new sports gambling bill was supposed to have it easy and sail to a vote. Instead, things got pretty heated in a committee hearing.
A new sports gambling bill has been introduced to open the market, which includes the integrity fee as a priority.
Connecticut is currently considering four gambling bills that cover different aspects of the activity.
Connecticut lawmakers are in the process of reviewing bills in an effort to join the growing list of U.S. states legalizing sports gambling.
Connecticut's tribal casino joint venture project gets a name -- Tribal Winds -- but still waiting on approval from federal government.
A bipartisan bill has been submitted to the Connecticut Senate that would allow sports betting at casinos located in the state.