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May 18, 2015

A new bill has been created that would allow for a new Native American owned casino in the state.

The bill is a two step process. Both the Mohegan and Mashantucket Pequot tribes would be able to submit their proposed casino plans to the cities they are interested in developing their projects.

The city would need to give approval on the casino proposal. However, it would allow for the tribes and the city to work together on the plans.

After city approval is given, the proposal would then be decided on by the General Assembly.

The two tribes have presented their plan to add additional tribal owned casinos in order to stop competition from other states. The new bill would lengthen the tribes timeline up to an additional 10 months. However, Senate Majority Leader Bob Duff believes the new bill is a compromise that should help both sides on issues that they want resolved.

Voting on the new bill could take place by Wednesday.

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