Ho-Chunk Nation to pay $30M compact fee to state (May 11, 2006)

The Ho-Chunk Nation has agreed to pay the state of Wisconsin $30 million amid negotiations over an additional $75 million payment. The Ho-Chunk Nation signed a new compact in 2003 that allowed more Class III games, expanded hours and did...

Column: Feinstein against reservation shopping (May 11, 2006)

"Sen. Dianne Feinstein warned Tuesday that California may need a new statewide initiative to halt the proliferation of off-reservation gambling if tribes continue to find ways around current regulations. "What people believed were small gaming establishments have grown into a...

Opinion: Reservation shopping not a real 'threat' (May 11, 2006)

"Anti-gambling activists use it to scare small children. Multi-billion dollar casinos say this is why they need lower taxes. Even some Indian tribes, especially those with competing businesses, claim it's an attack on tribal sovereignty. But are there really going...

Audit finds problems with Osage Nation casinos (May 11, 2006)

An audit has uncovered accounting, poor record-keeping and other problems at the casinos owned by the Osage Nation of Oklahoma. The auditors couldn't complete their report due to incomplete records, the Associated Press reported. Harry Roy Red Eagle, the chairman...

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