Editorial: Tread softly on gaming initiatives (April 2, 2004)

"The cardroom/race track initiative is one of two attempting to qualify for the November ballot. The other is promoted by the Agua Caliente tribe in the Palm Springs area, offering to give the state some of its casino profits in...

Calif. tribe would pay $25K for each slot machine (April 2, 2004)

The Lytton Band of Pomo Indians is willing to pay the state of California $25,000 a year for every slot machine at its Bay Area casino, The Santa Rosa Press Democrat reports. $p The tribe has been negotiating with Gov....

Casino agreement with Calif. tribe ruled legal (April 2, 2004)

A California judge on Thursday ruled that a county's revenue-sharing agreement with the Coast Miwok Tribe does not violate environmental law. $P Opponents of the $200 million deal argued that Sonoma County failed to conduct an environmental analysis of the...

Bid for two tribal casinos in Michigan fails in House (April 2, 2004)

A bill to authorize two tribal casinos in Michigan died in the House on Thursday. $p Provisions to allow the Bay Mills Indian Community to build a casino in Port Huron and the Sault Ste. Marie Chippewa Tribe to build...

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