Q&A: What is a 'better deal' for Minnesotans?

Q&A: What is a 'better deal' for Minnesotans? (March 29, 2004)

Revenue-sharing fever has hit Minnesota hard since Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R) called for tribes to renegotiate their gaming compacts with the state. The Minneapolis Star Tribune seeks perspectives on the issue from a Republican lawmaker who is threatening to allow...

Non-Indians complain of tribe's casino invasion

Non-Indians complain of tribe's casino invasion (March 29, 2004)

The way the residents of the Capay Valley in Yolo County, California tell it, their land was paradise until the Rumsey Band of Wintun Indians showed up. $p Well the tribe didn't exactly show up -- its members had been...

Editorial: Schwarzenegger owes tribes nothing

Editorial: Schwarzenegger owes tribes nothing (March 29, 2004)

"You can bet on this: Legal gambling in California will expand, carrying with it more of the traffic, environmental and law enforcement problems that flow from current casinos. Odds are, gambling revenue in the state will surpass Nevada's before long....

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