WSJ: 'Shakeout' coming for California tribes (September 27, 2005)

Indian gaming revenues hit a record $19 billion last year but some trouble spots are emerging as tribes battle for a share of the market, The Wall Street Journal reports. One problem area is southern California. Home to more than...

Oklahoma tribes send less to state for second month (September 27, 2005)

The state of Oklahoma is seeing far less than it expected under new tribal gaming compacts. For the month of August 2005, 18 tribes contributed $880,391 to the state, The Oklahoman reported. This was down 16 percent from July 2005....

After fight, San Manuel casino wins liquor license (September 27, 2005)

An administrative law judge in California has approved the sale of liquor at the casino owned by the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. The tribe ran into fierce opposition from local residents who said the sale of alcohol would...

Hurricane Rita shuts down Coushatta casino (September 27, 2005)

Hurricane Rita has forced the closure of the Coushatta Tribe's casino in Louisiana, the Associated Press reports. The AP said a recorded telephone message at the Coushatta Casino Resort said the casino would be closed until further notice. All six...

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