State, tribes, Interior agree MGM lacks standing to intervene in third-casino lawsuit

Both sides in the legal dispute over the U.S. Department of the Interior’s failure to act on gaming agreements between the state and the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes agree on one thing: MGM Resorts International shouldn’t be allowed to weigh in. In filings Monday, attorneys for the tribes and the Interior Department and its secretary, Ryan Zinke, argue that MGM Resorts, an opponent of the East Windsor project, lacks standing to intervene in the case

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