Schwarzenegger to raise $20M to fight ballot initiatives

Schwarzenegger to raise $20M to fight ballot initiatives (June 21, 2004)

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) plans to raise $20 million to defeat two gaming initiatives, The Los Angeles Times reports. $p Last week, Schwarzenegger announced he was near a deal with several gaming tribes to generate more revenues for the...

Column: Using Class II games as bargaining chip

Column: Using Class II games as bargaining chip (June 21, 2004)

"Nobody would ever claim that California's Indian tribes are pushovers at the bargaining table, especially in their current guise as Vegas-scale gambling entrepreneurs. But one wonders whether the reason the biggest casino tribes have shown so much spine in facing...

Judge allows Coyote Valley Pomo casino to reopen

Judge allows Coyote Valley Pomo casino to reopen (June 21, 2004)

The Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians reopened its casino after a federal judge put a temporary restraining order on the National Indian Gaming Commission. $P NIGC issued a Notice of Violation and Closure Order against the casino because the...

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