Editorial: Off-reservation gaming gets harder (May 8, 2007)

"Two decades ago, the U.S. Supreme Court opened the doors for Indian tribes to operate casinos, and the benefits have been impressive. Many tribes have converted the public's appetite for betting into a reliable revenue stream to address the socioeconomic...

Seneca-Cayuga Tribe still interested in New York (May 8, 2007)

The Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma is still interested in developing a casino in New York the mayor of Auburn says. The tribe recently proposed a second casino in Oklahoma. But that doesn't worry Auburn Mayor Tim Lattimore. “The chief is...

Column: UKB casino up against the 'Jesus' vote (May 8, 2007)

"I'm always intrigued when the two dominant forces of modern American conservatism -- the business vote and the 'Jesus' vote -- get off the same page, as appears to be happening in Fort Smith. First, let's get this out...

Oklahoma county home to 10 tribal casinos (May 8, 2007)

The big bucks may be in California or Connecticut but when it comes to sheer number of gaming facilities, Oklahoma tribes have everyone beat. Oklahoma is home to the largest number of casinos. The Chickasaw Nation owns the most...

Anti-Indian group cites DOI letter as progress (May 8, 2007)

One Nation United, a group opposed to federal Indian policies that recognize tribal sovereignty and treaty rights, says the Interior Department's letter about off-reservation gaming is "true progress." Barb Lindsay, the national director of the group, has been circulating via...

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