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Connecticut has cleared what was probably the largest hurdle to legalizing online gambling: reaching a fair compromise with the tribes.
It looks like the only thing standing between Connecticut and a full-featured gambling market is a 2% difference in online casino taxes.
Connecticut sports betting and online gambling have been held back by conflicting interests, yet circumstances have changed and compromise is possible.
An organization representing 22 municipalities in southeast Connecticut asked Gov. Ned Lamont last week to authorize online gambling in the state.
Connecticut's legislative session ended earlier this month, but Gov. Dan Malloy hasn't ruled out a special session to address sports betting and online gambling.
With Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods both on board, is Connecticut going to be the fifth state to legalize online casino and online poker?
Foxwoods Resort Casino came out in full support of online gambling and sports betting In written testimony submitted ahead of a public hearing.
A partnership between Foxwoods and PariPlay will bring real-money, on-premises online gambling to the casino. But could it also pave the way for statewide online...