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Citing momentum in other states, the chairman of the tribe operating the Foxwoods Casino on Wednesday amplified his advocacy for the legalization of internet gambling and sports betting in Connecticut.
“We think that’s where the market has to move,” Mashantucket Pequot chairman Rodney Butler said during a webinar hosted by the National Indian Gaming Association.
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