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Foxwoods Casino Pays State More Than $700K to Meet Minimum Slot Revenue ObligationWritten by: Devin O’Connor

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Foxwoods Resort Casino paid more than $700,000 out of its own pocket in order to meet its gaming revenue share obligation with the State of Connecticut. The Mashantucket Pequot Indian Tribe’s state gaming compact requires Foxwoods to share 25 percent of its slot machine revenue with the state. The minimum payment is $80 million in
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