Oregon and Wisconsin see dips in gaming revenue (December 14, 2009)

Tribes in Oregon and Wisconsin saw a decline in their gaming revenues last year, according to the annual Indian Gaming Industry Report. Oregon's tribal casinos took in $507.4 million last year,a decline of 1.2 percent. In Wisconsin, tribal revenue were...

Blog: A 'blurry line' for Oneida casino ads at arena (December 14, 2009)

"At one end of the Carrier Dome, an NCAA poster adorns the locker rooms. The poster warns student-athletes of the dangers of gambling on sports. “You bet, you lose,” it reads. At the opposite end of the Dome, four...

Narragansett complaint about 'casino' unresolved (December 14, 2009)

A leader of the Narragansett Tribeof Rhode Island is still waiting for an answer to his complaint about a non-Indian racetrack. Council member Randy Noka says the Twin River facility is illegally marketing itself as a "gambling casino." The state...

Editorial: Casinos a growing industry in Oklahoma (December 14, 2009)

"The economic slowdown that's affected Indian gaming from Connecticut to California and resulted in casino foreclosure threats elsewhere apparently has not struck Oklahoma, where growth continues in the industry. Oklahoma ranks second, just behind California, in revenue generated from tribes'...

Opinion: Debating off-reservation gaming projects (December 14, 2009)

The San Diego Union Tribune publishes opposing views on off-reservation gaming. Attorney Joe Findaro says landless and poor tribes should be given a chance to succeed in Indian gaming. He cites two cases in California where off-reservation casinos will benefit...

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