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Connecticut Tribe and Trump Face Off in Court

News Brief: A platoon of attorneys armed with reams of paperwork appeared in Superior Court to argue Donald Trump's $10 million breach-of-contract lawsuit against the Eastern Pequots.

Foxwoods Opens $300 Million Expansion

Foxwoods Resort Casino, the largest casino in the world, is raising the stakes by celebrating its $300 million expansion today with the opening of the newly expanded Rainmaker Casino and Hard Rock Café.

More Women Dealing with Gambling Problem

News Brief: For many years the addiction to gambling has been considered a man's problem. Now, however, women are now becoming the big losers.

Woman's Defiance Angers Judge

News Brief: A defiant woman convicted of embezzling more than $300,000 from a former off-track betting facility in Hartford incurred the wrath of a Superior Court judge Tuesday before being sentenced to serve more than three years in prison.

Tracks Hurt by Competition

News Brief: Getting people out to the track to watch horse racing has become tougher and tougher in the past three decades.

Connecticut Tribal Casinos Not Worried About New Competition

News Brief: Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods are not worried that the introduction of 61,000 slots into neighbouring states will adversely affect their business.

Connecticut AG Wants End to Poker Nights

News Brief: Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal sent a letter yesterday urging three downtown Stamford bars to stop hosting weekly ‘poker nights,’ but bar owners said they are confused because state officials initially told them the tournaments were legal.

Ruling Allows Telephone Betting to be Advertised

News Brief: A New Britain Superior Court trial referee has ruled that telephone betting services may be advertised during simulcast horse racing in Connecticut.

South Dakota Tribe Could Sway Votes

News Brief: The Mashantucket Pequots have emerged as key players in a South Dakota political campaign that could determine which party controls the U.S. Senate.

Connecticut Tribe Gets Casino Offers

News Brief: Eight Connecticut towns and cities have indicated to the Schaghticoke Indians they would be willing to host a tribal casino and resort.

Ticketmaster Offers New Ticketing Initiatives With Mohegan Sun

Mohegan Sun and Ticketmaster have signed a multi-year ticketing agreement for all Mohegan Sun events.

Connecticut Casino Results Mixed

News Brief: Slot machine revenue was relatively unspectacular during the month of May at Foxwoods Resort Casino and Mohegan Sun.

Man Aims for Poker Record

News Brief: New England resident went on a 72-hour card-playing odyssey, in his attempt to set a world record for the longest casino poker session.

Connecticut Tribes Wait for Federal Ruling

News Brief: Connecticut, with a pair of flourishing Indian casinos in hand and possibly two more on the way, will learn this week whether additional tribes will earn the chance to try to join the gambling boom.

Connecticut Casinos Opened to Union Organizers

News Brief: The National Labor Relations Board last week issued a decision that gives the 20,000 employees who work at Foxwoods Resort Casino and Mohegan Sun the right to join unions.

Foxwoods Offers Gas Comp

Foxwoods Resort Casino is helping its patrons to offset the skyrocketing prices at the gas pumps this summer by launching its ‘Fill Up with Foxwoods’ Giveaway beginning July 1st.

Foxwoods Bets on Makeover

News Brief: As a $300 million makeover takes shape at Foxwoods Resort Casino, it is gambling's friendly new face, not that old Rat Pack, on display.

Connecticut Slot Revenues Up

News Brief: Revenue from slot machines grew by more than 5 percent at Connecticut's two Indian casinos in April, with Mohegan Sun leading the gambling growth.

Trump Named in Inquiry

News Brief: Donald Trump and other investors have quietly spent tens of millions of dollars to help Indian groups in Connecticut finance campaigns aimed at winning federal recognition as Indian tribes, according to testimony before a House committee.

Mohegan Sun Accounting Changed

News Brief: Due to the fallout of corporate scandals, companies like the Mohegans have to document their business practices in painstaking detail and share more information with the public than ever before.

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