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Mohegan Sun taking aim at beleaguered Tropicana


Newsday,  Saturday, December 22, 2007 at 2:51:37 PM

The operators of Connecticut's Mohegan Sun Casino have made inquiries into taking over the beleaguered Tropicana Casino and Resort, which recently had its license stripped.

Jeffrey Hartmann, chief operating officer of the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority, which runs the casino, told The Press of Atlantic City for Saturday's editions that the authority has been studying Atlantic City for a possible expansion of its casino empire.

New Jersey casino regulators stripped the Tropicana of its license on Dec. 12, determining that its owners, Columbia Sussex Corp., were incapable of operating the type of "first-class facility" required under state law.


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