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State Sen. Tony Hwang: Legislature must deal with ‘hard decisions’ this...

“I’m open to every discussion – I’m not a pure ‘no’" on electronic tolls, as are some of his high-profile Republican colleagues, the Transportation Committee member says.

Resorts World Catskills prepares new hotel, second restaurant

Dos Gatos, described as an upscale cantina-style eatery, will open at the end of the month next to the lobby of The Alder, a new 101-room hotel.

U.S. Interior Dept. gives nod to East Windsor casino; MGM vows...

“We believe our proposed world-class entertainment complex in Bridgeport is the best option for creating new jobs and revenue, and we will vigorously advocate for our legal rights,” said MGM Resorts International.

Supreme Court strikes down ban on state-level sports betting

The U.S. Supreme Court struck down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act. In March, Democratic leaders in the Connecticut legislature anticipated the court's ruling when announcing plans to create a bill to bring sports betting to the state.

Bridgeport casino a no-go for now; questions remain about future

Questions about traffic, increasing casino competition from neighboring states, and the wisdom or breaking the state compact with the tribes operating Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods remain, say several observers.

SHU unveiling $21.8M Bobby Valentine Athletic Center

It's the latest piece in the expanding Bobby V. empire, which includes a pair of Stamford facilities and a film production company whose latest project is "The Greatest Beer Run Ever."

Tribes claim state will lose big if new casinos are allowed

The report by a consultant to the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes maintains that a new casino would need to generate $1.083 billion in gross gaming revenue annually to offset revenue lost from Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun.

Bridgeport casino bill moves forward

The bill was sent to the House on Friday, after earlier indications that it would die in committee.

Public hearing to be held on competitive bidding for Bridgeport casino...

MGM, which has proposed a $675 million waterfront casino for Bridgeport, has been lobbying for open competition for about a year,

New reports detail MGM Resorts’ lobbying on Connecticut gaming

Two new reports are highlighting the financial and political investments that MGM Resorts International has made to secure a stake in Connecticut’s casino industry.

MGM Resorts responds to tribes’ interest in Bridgeport casino

MGM Resorts International sent a letter to the governor and lawmakers that challenged the state to opening the bidding process to nontribal entities.

Danbury OTB parlor wins zoning commission approval

Danbury's City Council is expected to deliver its verdict as early as next month.

U.S. Interior Department delays approval of East Windsor casino

The Bureau of Indian Affairs needs to approve amendments to Connecticut’s gaming compacts with the Mashantucket Pequots and Mohegans, the tribes behind the East Windsor casino, which is not being built on a tribal reservation.

MGM Resorts International proposes resort casino in Bridgeport

The planned $675 million establishment would feature a 300-room hotel and 100,000-square-foot casino.

Danbury OTB plan hits legal roadblock

Former Danbury CityCenter executive director, and vocal opponent of the OTB proposal, has filed an appeal of the city's Zoning Commission’s approval in Danbury Superior Court.