A bill seeking to legalize sports betting in Connecticut—provided the U.S. Supreme Court lifts the federal ban on the game.
Looks like MGM Resorts International celebrated its legislative victory in Connecticut too soon.
For two straight days, lawmakers locked horns on whether the measure would violate its standing agreement with Mohegan Sun and Mashantucket Pequot Tribes.
Connecticut lawmakers and the tribal operators are at loggerheads over who will be in charge of sports betting operations once it is legalized in the state.
Two major sports leagues have sent their former stars to Connecticut to bargain for sports integrity as plans to legalize sports betting moves in the state.
The U.S. Inspector General is keeping a watchful eye on DOI amid allegations that MGM Resorts has swayed the agency to sit on $300 million casino project.
Connecticut shouldn’t allow tribal casino operators to proceed with the opening of $300 million casino resort in East Windsor or doom will fall on the state
Casino operator MGM Resorts International may have to wait a little longer to determine whether it will be allowed to operate a casino in Connecticut.
A bill seeking to legalize sports betting in Connecticut gained momentum in the state legislature after receiving the support of CT Lottery & Mashantucket.
Demolition crews began clearing the East Windsor site where the two federally recognized tribes plan to build their jointly-owned casino.