Muscogee Nation working on position on Kialegee casino plan (January 9, 2012)

The new leader of the Muscogee Nation of Oklahoma said the tribe is developing a position on the casino proposed by the Kialegee Tribal Town. Chief George Tiger was sworn into office on Saturday. His predecessor opposed the Kialegee casino....

Editorial: Ho-Chunk Nation off-reservation casino a good idea (January 9, 2012)

"Stateline area residents who might like to see a casino complex developed here have learned over the past decade to temper their enthusiasm with a full ration of reality. Landing a casino is hard work. After years of diligent effort...

Bond Buyer: More competition for Northeast gaming markets (January 9, 2012)

"Casino dominoes are toppling in the Northeast as states scramble to obtain or preserve gambling revenue, often packaging the initiatives as job creation in a shaky economy. Massachusetts, many of whose residents have flocked across state lines to gamble, approved...

Editorial: Casino a possiblity for newly recognized Tejon Tribe (January 9, 2012)

"It's been a long wait for Kern County's Tejon Indian tribe, which has missed out on federal recognition -- and the potential for economic independence that comes with it -- for decades, and for no good reason. The Bureau of...

Column: Love-hate relationship with Oklahoma tribal casinos (January 9, 2012)

"Little could be more conflicting than the possibility of a casino coming to your town or neighborhood: an Indian casino, this being Oklahoma. It seems to some that the rules governing Indian land have been great-great-great-grandfathered, as tribal land is...