Eastern Cherokees announce a new Class III gaming compact (November 28, 2011)

The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians reached a new Class III gaming compact with North Carolina Gov. Beverly Perdue (D). The tribe will be able to add live dealers to the Harrah's Cherokee Casino. In exchange, the state will get...

Gun Lake Tribe contributes $7.8M in gaming revenues to state (November 28, 2011)

Left to Right: Lindsay Vogelsberg (Rep. Bob Genetski's Office on behalf of State of Michigan); Punkin Shananaquet (Tribal Council); D.K. Sprague (Tribal Chairman); Mark DeYoung (Chairman, Allegan County Board of Commissioners); Norm Taylor (Superintendent Wayland Union Schools); Phyllis Davis...

Fort Sill Apache Tribe to discuss plan for casino on reservation (November 28, 2011)

The Fort Sill Apache Tribe will discuss plans for gaming and other development on its new reservation in New Mexico. The trust owns 30 acres in the southern part of the state. The Bureau of Indian Affairs declared the land...

Column: Actions on gaming bids in New Mexico stink of money (November 28, 2011)

"There’s a lot of money in the gambling business. Heck, a casino license is akin to a license to print the stuff. As a result, those in the gambling business and those trying to get into the business lavish small...

Opinion: Supporters of expanded gaming trying to play Florida (November 28, 2011)

"Poker players look for "tells," unconscious actions - blinking faster, sitting straighter - that can reveal whether someone is bluffing or has a good hand. Spot the "tell," and you may know what a player is holding. Appropriately, there also...

Editorial: Connecticut tribes facing big competition for gaming (November 28, 2011)

"We knew this day would eventually come, the day when neighboring states would approve plans to expand casino gambling within their borders, creating a competitive threat to Connecticut’s two hugely successful casinos. Last week, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick signed into...