Editorial: Off-reservation gaming still a threat (June 16, 2005)

"As many communities around the state have found, the problems created by huge casinos often outweigh the benefits. Even a cash-strapped city like Oakland spurned a promise of a $30 million annual payment from the Lower Lake Rancheria-Koi Nation tribe...

Schwarzenegger wants talks over disputed machines (June 16, 2005)

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) is asking eight tribes to meet to discuss their use of multi-player gaming stations. The request to meet came as the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians dropped its lawsuit over the issue. The tribe sued the...

Eastern Cherokees expect positive casino merger (June 16, 2005)

The Eastern Band of Cherokees say the merger of Harrah's Entertainment, its gaming partner, and Caesars Entertainment will have a positive effect on its profitable casino in North Carolina. The tribe employs over 1,700 at the casino, which is...

Indian gaming industry grew by 12 percent in 2004 (June 16, 2005)

The Indian gaming industry grew by 12 percent in 2004, generating $19 billion in revenues, according to the annual Indian Gaming Industry Report [Web Site]. California tribes brought in the most revenues, reporting $5.3 billion last year, Alan Meister, an...

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