There's been a lot of talk around here about table games being debated in the winter/spring legislative session, but it sounds at least possible this could get done very soon.
The talk is ALWAYS "pursuant to county referendums", which Penn opposes. But, as a resident of CT's home county, I think they should take a referendum if they can get it. The "racetrack", as its known around here, is looked on very favorably by locals. There is no crime, no traffic, pumps plenty of money into the local economy, and people generally admire what has been accomplished there. I'm pretty sure a referendum for table games would pass.
Can you imagine CT as the ONLY full-fledged casino in the Baltimore/Washington market? With a hotel, golf course, entertainment, and convention facilities? Awesome.