It is back to the drawing board for MGM Resorts after their intense lobbying failed to stop the Senate from approving a new satellite casino in Connecticut.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy throws his weight behind a third casino plan pushed by the state's current two gaming tribal groups.
MGM Resorts has found an ace that could possibly turn the tide in their favor and stop the tribes from building a casino in Connecticut.
The Schaghticoke Tribal Nation has reiterated its call for an open casino expansion competition in Connecticut.
Connecticut legislators listen uneasily as MGM Resorts and the state's two tribal gaming operators exchange barbs over right to build third casino.
Connecticut's two gaming tribes offer the state a 25% cut of third casino's slots and table game revenue if legislators approve project.
A Connecticut Assembly committee approves two rival casino bills on the basis that issue has to be decided by the whole legislature.
Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen expresses concern over the legal risks of state approving off-reservation tribal casino.
Anti-gambling advocates are making a last ditch attempt to block a proposal that will pave the way for the construction of a tribal casino resort.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy asks his attorney general for formal opinion on the legality of the state's two gaming tribes building third casino.