Pequot casino executives resign after union vote (December 5, 2007)

Two longtime executives at the casino owned by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut have resigned. Ken Davie, vice president of table games, and Hope Domingo, the administrator in charge of scheduling work shifts for dealers, did not come...

Editorial: Gaming compacts good for California (December 5, 2007)

"The federal government has given the nod to compacts between the state and four native tribes to expand casino operations. It's a positive step that will ultimately pump millions into the state and the Coachella Valley. The compacts amount to...

Oklahoma court determines games are Class III (December 5, 2007)

An Oklahoma court has determined that two casino machines manufactured by Multimedia Games (MGAM) are Class III machines. Judge Noma Gurich in Oklahoma County said her determinations on MegaNanza and Reel Time Bingo are not binding on any tribe. She...

Navajo Nation faces suit over casino legislation (December 5, 2007)

The Navajo Nation is facing a lawsuit over its first casino. Lawyer James Zion plans to sue on behalf of tribal members who are challenging legislation that authorized the tribe to secure a $100 million line of credit for the...

Pokagon Band withholds first casino payment (December 5, 2007)

The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians is withholding its first payment of casino revenues to local governments. The tribe agreed to share 2 percent of net revenue from electronic games with local governments. The first payment covers the first two...