Opponents of gaming initiative launch ad campaign

Opponents of gaming initiative launch ad campaign (August 16, 2004)

Opponents of a ballot initiative that would force California tribes to share slot machine revenues launched a multi-million television ad campaign on Friday. The No on Proposition 68 campaign is an alliance of law enforcement, education and local government groups....

Jemez Pueblo seeks casino in southern New Mexico

Jemez Pueblo seeks casino in southern New Mexico (August 16, 2004)

Jemez Pueblo of New Mexico is seeking to build an off-reservation casino in the southern part of the state. With the backing of art dealer Gerald Peters, the tribe wants to acquire 124 acres near Las Cruces. The location is...

Editorial: Tribe, company to blame for casino failure

Editorial: Tribe, company to blame for casino failure (August 16, 2004)

"Much of this year's chaos over the casino vote can be traced to the legislature's foolish approach of keeping the bill under wraps until the last possible moment. Harrah's lobbyists also did the casino company and its Rhode Island partner,...

Narragansett casino bid taken off November ballot

Narragansett casino bid taken off November ballot (August 16, 2004)

A Rhode Island judge on Friday ruled that a vote on the Narragansett Tribe's proposed casino was unconstitutional. In response, the tribe and its partner Harrah's Entertainment said they would drop their casino push for the year. The tribe said...

Seneca Nation court rules against casino setup

Seneca Nation court rules against casino setup (August 16, 2004)

The appeals court of the Seneca Nation of New York has ruled that the corporations operating the tribe's casinos are unconstitutional. Tribal members unhappy with the way casino profits are being used brought the case. They won a decision that...

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