Malloy: Odds Are Against Expanded Gaming in Connecticut

Mohegan Sun’s Race Book. (Courtesy Mohegan Sun)
Mohegan Sun’s Race Book. (Courtesy Mohegan Sun)

Hartford, Conn. – Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Monday he does not see general support in Connecticut for expanding gambling outside the state’s two tribal casinos.

Malloy responded to reports last week that the Mohegan tribe, which owns the Mohegan Sun Casino, would like to establish a new gambling facility in Connecticut to compete with casinos being built in Massachusetts.

“I don’t see Connecticut doing it,” Malloy said Monday morning when asked about the concept. “But that’s, at least initially, a legislative matter to be taken up. I’m not playing a lead role in this.”

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