“We experienced a decline on revenues in April 2012 compared with the same month last year, which had the benefit of an additional Friday and Saturday,” said Foxwoods’ CEO Scott Butera in a statement. “Similar to other retail and consumer-based companies, the softness in April revenues comes on the heels of a fairly robust first quarter, so we remain cautiously optimistic about upcoming periods.”

Of the revenue that the two Connecticut casinos brought in, Mohegan Sun contributed $14.3 million to the state and Foxwoods gave $13.5 million to the state.

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