Tribes in Wisconsin want to go off the reservation

Tribes in Wisconsin want to go off the reservation (September 20, 2005)

Several tribes in Wisconsin are seeking to build casinos off the reservation, including two attempts to go out of the state. The Menominee Nation, the St. Croix and Bad River bands of Ojibwe, the Ho-Chunk Nation, the Oneida Nation and...

Barstow gaming initiative to go before city voters

Barstow gaming initiative to go before city voters (September 20, 2005)

Voters in Barstow, California, will be asked to approve an Indian gaming initiative next summer. The city council voted 4-0 on Monday to put the "Indian Gaming: Preference for tribes in San Bernardino County" on the ballot. It asks whether...

Comanche Nation voters seek share of casino profits

Comanche Nation voters seek share of casino profits (September 20, 2005)

Members of the Comanche Nation of Oklahoma will share in the tribe's casino profits under a plan recently approved by voters. Each person will receive about $900 a year, The Oklahoman reports. The tribe has 12,500 members. Chairman Wallace Coffey...

Rhode Island court rejects tribal gaming legislation

Rhode Island court rejects tribal gaming legislation (September 20, 2005)

The Rhode Island Supreme Court issued an advisory opinion on Monday, rejecting state legislation that would allow the Narragansett Tribe to open a casino. In the opinion [PDF], the court said the proposed casino is illegal because it wouldn't be...

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