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November 11, 2011

Minn. firm takes control of 2 NW Indiana casinos

"A Minnesota-based investment firm has taken over two northwestern Indiana casinos owned by a company going through bankruptcy reorganization.

The Indiana Gaming Commission on Thursday approved the transfer of licenses for the Majestic Star Casinos in Gary to Wayzata Investment Partners, which is the largest creditor from Majestic Star's 2009 bankruptcy."

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