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Sunshine State News columnist predicts Florida lawmakers will move to expand non-Indian gaming if Charlie Crist defeats Rick Scott in the November election:


South Dakota tribes are seeing a growth in gaming revenue, according to Casino City's Indian Gaming Report.


The Poarch Band of Creek Indians in Alabama is seeking to open a casino just across the border in Florida.


The Cowlitz Tribe and the state of Washington have reached a tentative Class III gaming compact.


Clay Thompson explains why Arizona tribes don't offer roulette or craps at their gaming facilities.


The Bureau of Indian Affairs has approved an amendment to the Class III gaming compact between the Lummi Nation and the state of Washington.


The Seminole Tribe and Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) continued negotiations for a Class III gaming compact.


The Poarch Band of Creek Indians is asking Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) to negotiate a Class III gaming compact.


Efforts to expand non-Indian gaming in Florida appear to be dead for the year.


Democrats in Florida say they will block a Class III gaming compact for the Seminole Tribe unless non-Indian facilities get to expand.


The Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut says the town that hosts its casino should received a bigger share of gaming revenues.


Lawmakers in Florida are waiting on the outcome of Class III gaming compact talks between Gov. Rick Scott (R) and the Seminole Tribe.


Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) is worried that gaming expansion talks might affect compact negotiations with the Seminole Tribe.


Two tribes are asking New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez (R) to negotiate Class III gaming compacts.


Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes reported slot machine revenue for the month of February 2014.


The Confederate Tribes of Siletz Indians shared about $78,000 in gaming funds with charities in Oregon.


Columnist wonders whether it's wise to expand gaming beyond what's already offered by the Seminole Tribe of Florida and racinos.


A non-Indian racino in New Mexico has taken a huge hit due to its proximity to a Navajo Nation casino.


The Seminole Tribe of Florida hopes to renew its Class III gaming compact by the end of the year, a top gaming executive said.


The North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians of California filed suit to block a referendum on its Class III gaming compact.


The Oneida Nation will start sharing slot machine revenues with the state of New York on April 1.


Newspaper says the future of the tribal gaming industry in New Mexico could be decided by the Interior Department.


The California State Auditor released a report into the Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund.


Pojoaque Pueblo will ask the Bureau of Indian Affairs to approve Class III gaming procedures.


The Karuk Tribe says its gaming facility will create 300 jobs in Siskiyou County, California.


The Mohegan Tribe called on lawmakers in Connecticut to ban Internet sweepstakes cafes.


The Navajo Nation has a year and three months to negotiate a new Class III gaming compact with the state of New Mexico.


The Seminole Tribe and Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) are in negotiations for a new Class III gaming compact.


The board of supervisors in Siskiyou County, California, will hold a public meeting tomorrow about the casino proposed by the Karuk Tribe.


The Massachusetts Gaming Commission awarded the state's sole license for a slot machine facility but it won't affect the Class III gaming compact with the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe.


Columnist says the rejection of a Class III gaming compact for the Navajo Nation points to bigger problems for all tribes in New Mexico.


New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said he hasn't discussed a casino with the Seneca Nation.


The New Mexico Senate voted 31-10 against a Class III gaming compact for the Navajo Nation.


The New Mexico House voted 36-30 on Tuesday to approve a Class III gaming compact for the Navajo Nation.


A company that has been working with the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma says it put $40 million into an Internet gaming site.

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