Soon, 3,000 card dealers at the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut could have a stronger hand in their relations with management of the world’s largest gaming complex.

The National Labor Relations Board rejected arguments that the casino is part of the Mashantucket Pequot tribe’s sovereign tribal government, and cleared the way for the dealers to vote on whether to join the United Auto Workers.

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