Schwarzenegger says new gaming deal 'this close'

Schwarzenegger says new gaming deal 'this close' (June 16, 2004)

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) said on Tuesday he is "this close" to a new gaming deal with a small group of tribes that would deliver on his campaign promise to bring more revenues to the state. At a press...

Washington tribe suspicious of petition spending

Washington tribe suspicious of petition spending (June 16, 2004)

The promoter of a petition to authorize slot machines at non-tribal casinos in Washington is receiving most of his money from out-of-state gaming interests, The Seattle Post-Inteligencer reports. $p Tim Eyman has received nearly $300,000 from casinos in Nevada and...

Poll finds voters divided over Narragansett  casino

Poll finds voters divided over Narragansett casino (June 16, 2004)

Rhode Islands voters are deeply divided over the Narragansett Tribe's proposed casino, according to a poll released on Tuesday. $p The poll found that 47 percent supported a casino while 43 were opposed. Another 10 percent were undecided. $p The...

Wyandotte casino manager fights state charges

Wyandotte casino manager fights state charges (June 16, 2004)

The manager of the Wyandotte Nation's Kansas City casino is fighting the state's charges against him. $p Lawyers for Ellis Enyart say the state has no jurisdiction over him because the alleged crimes took place on Indian land. The state...

Wisconsin tribe would support two casinos in city

Wisconsin tribe would support two casinos in city (June 16, 2004)

The Milwaukee, Wisconsin, area can handle two casinos, the attorney general for the Forest County Potawatomi Tribe says. $p The tribe already operates a $120 million casino in the Menomonee Valley. But Milwaukee leaders want the tribe to come downtown....

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