Editorial: Poarch Creeks cashing in on gambling monopoly (March 16, 2012)

"A recent gambling-industry study revealed that tribal casinos in Alabama have been raking in money faster than similar casinos across the United States. Faster, that is, than the Indian casinos in Mississippi, which flood Alabama television stations with ads telling...

Spokane Tribe refutes claims about off-reservation casino (March 16, 2012)

The Spokane Tribe off-reservation casino won't affect an Air Force base, Chairman Greg Abrahamson said. The tribe met with Air Force and Pentagon officials to discuss the project, Abrahamson said. He was assured that there will be no negative impacts....

Blog: An update on restructuring in Indian gaming industry (March 16, 2012)

"Over the last three months, three tribal gaming authorities have worked out consensual debt restructurings with lenders in situations that seemed destined for protracted legal battles, bringing investor attention back to the oft-maligned sector. Indeed, although some of the ugliest...

Forbes: There's hope for Mashantucket Tribe's casino debt (March 16, 2012)

"The New York Times Magazine’s cover story this week is a trenchant summation of the state of North America’s largest casino — the Foxwoods Resort Casino, owned by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, in Connecticut – and of the gambling...

Erma Vizenor: Everyone wins with White Earth casino plan (March 16, 2012)

"Myths and money once again are distorting the conversation on gambling that Minnesotans should be having. Instead of examining the best solution, policymakers and editorial writers are turning their backs on the only solution that is fiscally sound and morally...