Greenville Rancheria seeks casino near another tribe (May 18, 2004)

The Maidu Indians of the Greenville Rancheria are seeking to open a casino in another tribe's territory. The Maidu Tribe has chosen a site in Tehama County for the casino. The tribe is offering the county $665,120 a year in...

Opinion: Tribes trying to protect slot machine monopoly (May 18, 2004)

"Obviously, the tribes [in Washington] like their government-protected monopoly. They've already spent tens of thousands of dollars on mailings and likely will spend tens of millions of dollars to fight I-892. I believe the biggest reason our opponents are so...

Osage Nation seeks employees for new casinos (May 18, 2004)

The Osage Nation of Oklahoma is seeking to hire 500 people for two new tribal casinos. One of the casinos, near Sand Springs, will open shortly. Another near north Tulsa is slated for the future. The Sand Springs facility is...

Rhode Island gaming facilities want lower tax rate (May 18, 2004)

Two non-Indian gaming facilities in Rhode Island say they want their tax rate lowered if a tribal casino is approved. Lincoln Park and Newport Grand are currently taxed 60 percent. The revenues go to the state. The Narragansett Tribe is...

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