Full House Drops Terre Haute Casino Lawsuit Against IGC

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Full House Drops Terre Haute Casino Lawsuit Against IGC

Full House dropped its suit against the IGC.

Full House Resorts has dropped its legal action against the IGC. The move paves the way for Churchill Downs to build a long-awaited casino in Terry Haute.

Full House dropped the lawsuit against IGC. The lawyer for Full House said the firm neither harbored malicious intent nor wanted to delay the Terre Haute project any further. The comments by the Chairman and the other commissioners made clear that the outcome is unlikely to be different.

Full House dropped its lawsuit against the IGC. I GCG chairman Michael McMains dismissed the lawsuit and appeal as "sour grapes" Full House operates five casinos in Colorado, Indiana, Mississippi, and Nevada. In December, the Illinois Gaming Board selected Churchill to develop and run a new American Place casino in Waukegan, Illinois.

Lucy Luck Gaming's casino license was not renewed in December. Lucy Luck got its $5m license fee back. Churchill's proposal for its Queen of Terre Haute casino stated that the project would bring about 1,000 construction jobs and 500 permanent roles.

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