Soo Tribe chairman ousted from gaming board (August 16, 2007)

Aaron Payment, the chairman of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, has been removed as chairman and CEO of the tribe's Detroit casino board. Five members of the Greektown Casinos Management board voted to oust Payment last week....

Oneida Nation sees opposition to liquor license (August 16, 2007)

The Oneida Nation of New York should not be given a liquor license because the tribe doesn't follow state laws, critics say. The tribe applied for a license to serve liquor at the Turning Stone Resort and Casino. But local...

Editorial: Class III machines better for Oklahoma (August 16, 2007)

"Gaming in Oklahoma started with Class II machines, and they are a favorite with many people. No one knows exactly how the changes, which should be more than a year in coming, will affect their numbers and popularity in casinos....

Stockbridge-Munsee Band hopeful on New York (August 16, 2007)

The Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican Indians from Wisconsin isn't giving up on its dream to open a casino in New York. President Bob Chicks said the tribe and its partner, Trading Cove, are committed to the Catskills. They say the...

All eyes on Massachusetts governor for gaming (August 16, 2007)

The state of Massachusetts is waiting for Gov. Deval Patrick (D) to state his views on legalized gaming. Patrick has received a report on the pros and cons of gaming. He says he will announce a decision by Labor Day....

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