Editorial: Tribes, off-reservation casinos and urban communities (September 27, 2010)

"The two separate lawsuits filed against the federal government over the creation of tribal trust land - and, as a result, a substantial tribal casino-resort - near Glendale involve a lot of arcane arguments steeped in the complexities of federal-tribal...

Navajo Nation prepares for debut of second casino on October 13 (September 27, 2010)

The Navajo Nation will open its second casino on October 13. The Flowing Waters Navajo Casino is located in Hogback, New Mexico, near Farmington. The facility will offer Class II games. "We are all excited about the opening," manager Tricia...

Editorial: Candidate for governor in Minnesota eyes state casino (September 27, 2010)

"If Tom Emmer loses the race for Minnesota governor, a Herald editorial suggested a few days ago, it will be because the Republican candidate steadfastly refuses to outline his budget proposal in detail. Here’s a similar observation about the DFL...

Column: Court rules in California's never-ending compact lawsuit (September 27, 2010)

"Leave it to a federal appeals court to cut through the hoo-ha surrounding Indian gaming in California. Last month, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco issued a ruling in the ongoing — never-ending — dispute between...

Opinion: Gaming acceptable for everyone in Maine besides tribes (September 27, 2010)

"What do mobsters, prostitutes, pimps, loan sharks, drug dealers, drug addicts, alcoholics, thieves and gambling addicts all have in common? You can always find representatives of each of these groups at a casino. I am not denying that some of...

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