Lytton Band vows lawsuit over casino delay bill (July 5, 2005)

The Lytton Band of Pomo Indians plans to sue the federal government if a bill delaying a proposed casino is passed into law, a spokesperson said. The tribe has 9 acres of trust land in San Pablo, California. The bill...

Column: McCain headed down wrong path on IGRA (July 5, 2005)

"Rapid-growth industries always make the headlines, and Indian gaming - which reaped more than $18 billion in 2004 - is no exception. On June 28, the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs was slated to hold an oversight hearing on regulation...

Rhode Island court to rule on Indian gaming bid (July 5, 2005)

The Rhode Island Supreme Court will hold a hearing on August 15 to decide on the legality of the Narragansett Tribe's casino bid. The tribe and its partner, Harrah's Entertainment, wants to open casino in partnership with the state. The...