Mississippi Choctaw casino generates $37.1M in a few months (September 23, 2011)

The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians says its new gaming facility generated revenues of $37.1 million in just six months. The Bok Homa Casino opened in December 2010. It's projected to generate $55.2 million during the next fiscal year. "The...

City wants to talk with tribes about casinos in Massachusetts (September 23, 2011)

The city council in New Bedford, Massachusetts, voted 9-2 to talk with tribes and other developers about gaming. A bill making its way through the state Legislature authorizes three casinos. The casino on Region C, where New Bedford is located,...

Opinion: Expansion of non-Indian gaming brings social harms (September 23, 2011)

"Sullivan County, where I live, has long been, and continues to be, Ground Zero for much of the decades-old NY casino debate. The populist chant of "jobs, jobs, jobs" began there long before the 2008 recession took hold. Yet contrary...

Editorial: Expanded non-Indian gaming breaks Seminole deal (September 23, 2011)

"We believe that legislators can allow "destination resorts" with slot machines, card games and roulette. Whether they should is a different matter. Gambling giants such as Genting, the Malaysian company that makes no secret of its wish to include a...

Column: A war over off-reservation gaming rages in Michigan (September 23, 2011)

"Our casino quest appears to be in limbo until the Bay Mills Indian Community's July 2012 federal court date. But the truth is there's a war going on. The court case of Bay Mills vs. the State of Michigan and...