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Past News Releases RSS Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 12, 2016 Silverton Casino Hotel is bringing Marc Cohn and the Ohio Players to Veil Pavilion for a memorable Veterans Day Weekend to include a complimentary show ticket to Veterans on Friday, November 11, 2016. Veterans Weekend kicks off with Grammy Award winning, singer-songwriter, Marc Cohn. His performance at Silverton Casino on Friday, November 11, 2016 at 8 p.m. will have fans singing along with the American folk rock legend to some of his greatest hits, Walking in Memphis, True Companion and Silver Thunderbird. Tickets start at $20.00, or free for the first 300 Veterans with proper identification and Silverton Rewards card. The legendary Ohio Players take the stage at Veil Pavilion on Saturday, November 12, 2016 at 8 p.m. with their เล่น บา คา ร่า ออนไลน์ ผ่าน เว็บ Billboard Pop Chart number one hits such as, Fire and Love Rollercoaster as well as R&B singles, Funky Worm, Sweet Sticky Thing, and Whod She Coo. Four of the members are original Players of the group of nine. Tickets starting at $24.00, both concerts are open to all ages. Guests under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult 21 years of age or older. To purchase tickets visit the Silverton Box Office, by calling 702-263-7777, or online at http://www.silvertoncasino.com .

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11, 2016 7:00 am Updated: Oct. 11, 2016 4:59 pm HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) The General Assembly's fiscal office is predicting Connecticut could lose $68.3 million in revenue once MGM Resorts International's planned casino opens in nearby Springfield, Massachusetts, in the fall of 2018. The Office of Fiscal Analysis was asked to update lawmakers on the new casino's potential impact on Connecticut's revenues for fiscal year 2019. Leaders of Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes have warned that business at their two casinos in southeastern Connecticut will suffer once the MGM casino opens, and subsequently, slot-machine revenues to the state could decline. They've formed a company that's seeking sites for a proposed, jointly run border casino to compete with MGM. The project, however, still needs legislative approval. A spokesman for the tribes said Tuesday the state and tribes need to work together to prevent "losses of this magnitude" to Connecticut. MGM says if Connecticut wants to maximize job creation and revenue for the state, it should allow other casino developers to operate in the state.

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