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MGM Resorts’ lawsuit to block a third Connecticut casino should be dismissed, says Connecticut AG George Jepsen.
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MGM receives its final gaming license in Massachusetts; Plainridge Park revenue slides again in November.
Massachusetts just can’t get enough of gambling expansion in the state. What’s next—online gambling, perhaps?
MGM Resorts is going well above its original cost estimate for the planned casino in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Rush Street Gaming Chairman Neil Bluhm told the MGC that it can build its $677m casino-resort complex in Brockton Fairgrounds.
The head honcho of DICJ is leaving his post amid reports of weak outlook in the coming year for the city state’s revenues.
MGM Resorts announces plans to launch real estate investment trust called MGM Growth Properties, which will take on $4b of MGM's debt.
Springfield, MA historical commission grants MGM Resorts approval for its hotel’s new design and location.