HARRISBURG, Pa. — An investor group led by Donald Trump's casino company failed in its latest attempt to get a state-awarded casino license in Philadelphia.
Commonwealth Court on Thursday rejected a lawsuit Trump's group filed against the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
Trump had asked the court to overturn various orders by the gaming board.
The orders allowed an investor group led by the owners of the Connecticut casino, Foxwoods, to keep the Philadelphia license, even though they don't have the money to build a casino right now.
The Foxwoods-led group originally won the license in 2006, beating out the Trump group. A Trump Entertainment Resorts spokeswoman didn't immediately return a call seeking comment Friday evening.
A federal lawsuit by the Trump group is pending.