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April 18, 2014

Two California tribes are finally seeing action on their off-reservation gaming proposals.

An opposition group is asking officials in North Carolina to rescind letters of support for the proposed Catawba Nation casino.

Gaming tribes in Arizona expect to hit the $1 billion mark in revenue sharing this summer.

The Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma will break ground on a new casino and hotel.

The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of Idaho have no plans to offer poker games.

The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana appears to have hit hard times at its casino.

April 17, 2014

The Redding Rancheria of California went to court last week to argue for the opportunity to open a new casino.

A judge in California heard arguments in a lawsuit that seeks to prevent the Jamul Indian Village from opening a casino on its reservation.

The leader of the Navajo Nation was 'disappointed' that the National Indian Gaming Association pulled out of a fundraiser last weekend.

The Coeur d'Alene Tribe of Idaho will open a new poker room on May 2.

Writer says gaming interests are plotting their next assault on Florida as the Seminole Tribe negotiates a new Class III gaming compact.

James Dorris explains why the the Poarch Band of Creek Indians qualifies for gaming in Florida.

April 16, 2014

The Cherokee Nation Council approved a measure to clarify the duties of the Cherokee Nation Gaming Commission.

The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation is still working on a host agreement for its proposed commercial casino in Massachusetts.

The Mescalero Apache Tribe of New Mexico refinanced about $260 million in gaming debt.

Clete Wetli criticizes Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange for a gaming lawsuit he filed against the Poarch Band of Creek Indians:

Two descendants of the Jamul Indian Village in California say the graves of their family members were removed for a $360 million casino project.

April 15, 2014

The National Indian Gaming Association has a long-standing history of opposition to ethnically damaging mascots.

Newspaper isn't surprised that Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange lost a gaming lawsuit he filed against the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.

The Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise would have backed out of a charity golf event had it been told the lead sponsor was the Original Americans Foundation, CEO Derrick Watchman said.

Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes reported declines in slot machine revenues for the month of March 2014.

Four people pleaded guilty in connection with a theft scheme at tribal casinos in Minnesota.

The Center for Public Integrity reports on the high-stakes battle over Internet gambling.

Opponents of the Tohono O'odham Nation off-reservation casino are seeking to put the issue on an upcoming ballot.

A former professional baseball player has filed a $9.9 million negligence claim against the Seminole Tribe of Florida.

April 14, 2014

The Seminole Tribe could share more revenues with the state of Florida as part of a new Class III gaming compact.

Officials in Spokane County, Washington, have spent $300,000 in legal fees to fight the Spokane Tribe off-reservation casino.

Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange is promising a speedy appeal in a gaming dispute with the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.

The head of law enforcement for the Comanche Nation says local authorities are refusing to prosecute casino crime cases.

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) has been given more time to decide on the Menominee Nation off-reservation casino.

Writer wonders why politicians and citizens of Maine continue to deny gaming to tribes in the state.

Washington newspaper still opposes Cowlitz Tribe casino project.

April 11, 2014

Two bars at the casino owned by the Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut are being sued in connection with a drunken driving death.

Sunshine State News columnist predicts Florida lawmakers will move to expand non-Indian gaming if Charlie Crist defeats Rick Scott in the November election:

Lawmakers who represent Maine tribes are seeking inclusion in a bill to study the expansion of gaming in the state.

The Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe of Washington is once again considering plans to add a hotel to it casino.

South Dakota tribes are seeing a growth in gaming revenue, according to Casino City's Indian Gaming Report.

A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit that challenged the legality of the gaming operation of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians in Alabama.

April 10, 2014

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians in California has hired an Internet gaming expert to run a new venture.

The Ak-Chin Indian Community of Arizona is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its casino.

The Oneida Nation of New York has received three AAA Four Diamond awards for its gaming operation.

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