Oklahoma gaming nearly doubles in two years (August 30, 2004)

Revenues at tribal casinos in Oklahoma nearly doubled in two years, according to a study by the Analysis Group. Revenues at 73 facilities were $465.9 million in 2003, the study estimated. This was up from $245.7 million in 2001. Oklahoma...

Editorial: Vote no on California gaming initiatives (August 30, 2004)

"Gambling has a way of causing trouble in a relationship, so it's no surprise that California and Indian tribes have a few issues to work out over casinos on reservations. The state wants a bigger cut from the tribes' lucrative...

California lawmakers approve four more compacts (August 30, 2004)

Four more tribal-state compacts were approved by the California Legislature last week. The Senate voted 21-12 on Friday to approve the agreements. The Assembly had voted 41-15 vote in favor on Tuesday. The compacts will now be sent to the...

Northern California casinos to bring in more slots (August 30, 2004)

Two tribes in Northern California are planning to add more slot machines to their casinos under new compacts with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R). The United Auburn Indian Community is already expanding its floor space at Thunder Valley Casino to make...

Study discloses traffic plans for Narragansett casino (August 30, 2004)

A casino sought by the Narragansett Tribe of Rhode Island will not have a negative impact on traffic, a study by Harrah's Entertainment says. The study discloses traffic plans and projections for the proposed casino in West Warwick. According to...