Connecticut Gambling and Lotteries Laws
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In the Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun, Connecticut has some of the most famous casinos in the country. And whether you're heading there for slots and black jack or you’re putting $20 on the Huskies in the office March Madness pool, you might want to be aware of Connecticut’s gambling and lotteries laws. State statutes on gambling and lotteries restrict everything from horse racing and dog racing to the way in which the state lottery games are run. In this section you can find Nutmeg State-specific statutes governing how gambling and gaming taxes are collected and how lottery revenues are allocated. The links below contain more resources and information on gambling and lotteries laws in Connecticut.
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