Oklahoma tribes discuss potential regulations at NIGC consultation (August 19, 2011)

Oklahoma tribes are meeting with the National Indian Gaming Commission. The agency is consulting tribes about potential changes to its regulations. Nothing is being proposed right now but priorities are being identified, said one attorney. "It's still in the discussion...

Bo Mazzetti: Rincon Band negotiating new Class III gaming compact (August 19, 2011)

"Currently, we have an immediate opportunity to improve roads, public safety, fire and other government services in San Diego County at no cost to taxpayers. This can be achieved by redirecting revenue sharing dollars generated by tribal gaming enterprises from...

Opinion: Rick Perry is the worst candidate for Internet gambling (August 19, 2011)

"Big names and big casino operators which in the past were against the idea of having the online gambling industry legalized in the United States have turned the page and have begun to show their support, but one of the...

Coeur d'Alene donates $210K in gaming revenues to public school (August 19, 2011)

The Coeur d'Alene Tribe donated $210,000 in gaming revenues to a public school district in Idaho. The money went to the Plummer/Worley school district. Since 1993, the district has received $3,105,500 in gaming revenues. “The Plummer Worley School District is...

Wisconsin tribes no longer talking about off-reservation casino bid (August 19, 2011)

It looks like three Wisconsin tribes won't be working together on an off-reservation casino. The St. Croix Band, the Bad River Band and the Ho-Chunk Nation were thinking about collaborating on a casino in Beloit. But representatives of two the...