Saginaw Chippewa casino doing well after a year (January 12, 2009)

The Saginaw Chippewa Tribe has become the second-largest employer in Arenac County, Michigan, with its newest casino. The Saganing Eagles Landing Casino opened a year ago. The facility employs 314 people, second only to the state prison, which has...

Editorial: Poarch Band slides down slippery slope (January 12, 2009)

"The Poarch Creeks' new casino, which opened Tuesday in Atmore, offers patrons more than 1,600 gambling machines with names like "Wheel of Fortune," "Double Diamond" and "Triple Lucky 7's." If they sound familiar, it's probably because you played slot machines...

Mohegan Tribe to reduce all gaming salaries (January 12, 2009)

The Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut will be cutting the salaries of all 9,800 of its gaming employees. Senior management at Mohegan Sun will be reduced the most, by 10 percent. Middle managers will see a 7.5 percent cut and nonmanagement...

Editorial: Debating Seminole gaming in Florida (January 12, 2009)

"Should the state of Florida approve Vegas-style slots, blackjack and other house-banked card games that the Seminole Tribe began offering in November at its casinos in Tampa and Immokalee? For the purpose of public discussion, we’re going to pose a...

California tribes to meet for gaming conference (January 12, 2009)

The California Nations Indian Gaming Association holds it annual conference this week. The Western Indian Gaming Conference attracts tribal leaders, federal officials, attorneys and gaming industry representatives for a trade show and discussions on topics like tax policy and...

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