Minnesota governor wants tribes to open books (October 11, 2004)

Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R) says gaming tribes should open their books to the public in addition to sharing a percentage of their revenues. Pawlenty claims that tribal casinos in the state take in $10 billion to $14 billion a...

Editorial: Compacts are bad, Proposition 70 is bad (October 11, 2004)

"Schwarzenegger cut deals with five tribes in which each would pay varying amounts up to 25 percent of their winnings to the state in exchange for allowing them to expand their casinos. Under the deal, the tribes will float a...

Column: The right and wrong way to handle gaming (October 11, 2004)

"Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, who has negotiated new compacts with some tribes that provide some revenues to the state, is campaigning against both measures, saying they undermine his measured approach, and both are trailing in polls. There are, therefore, three competing...