Opinion: Schwarzenegger hasn't resolved debate (June 2, 2005)

"Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger took a small step in eliminating some confusion over the growing off-reservation casino movement in May by declaring many cities ineligible and setting forth a list of guidelines. For Hesperia, it meant a likely end to efforts...

Opposition grows to off-reservation casino bid (June 2, 2005)

The Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma is seeing more opposition to its proposed off-reservation casino. Local officials and county lawmakers say the casino is a bad idea for the Saugerties, located near the Catskills, where the tribe originally sought a casino....

Michigan tribe ready to hire for disputed casino (June 2, 2005)

More than 1,000 people turned out for a career fair in hopes of landing jobs at a proposed casino in Michigan. Opposition to the proposed casino could delay it for several years. But the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians isn't...

Column: Narragansett Tribe should back gaming deal (June 2, 2005)

"[Rhode Island Gov. Donald Carcieri] wants to focus the [Narragansett] tribe on real economic development, something to be furthered by the BLB legislation he and Senate President Joseph Montalbano are promoting. It would provide Lincoln 1,750 new video slots --...

Morongo Band closes trendy options at new casino (June 2, 2005)

The Morongo Band of Mission Indians has closed the trendy restaurants, bar and club at its casino only months after opening them to the public. The tribe partnered with N9NE Group to open an upscale eatery, a steakhouse, a...

Cherokee Nation raises gambling age at casino (June 2, 2005)

The Cherokee Nation has raised the legal gambling age at its casino to 21. Cherokee Nation spokesperson Mike Miller said the tribe conducted a study and found that only 3 percent of gamblers were between the ages of 18 and...

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