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Arizona sees 6.9 percent boost in gaming contributions from tribes


The increase marks the fifth consecutive quarter of growth as tribes shared $15.2 million with the state.
Seminole Tribe plans $1.8B in gaming projects with new compact


The expansions at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood and in Tampa depend on approval of the agreement.
Seminole Tribe runs ad touting $3B in revenues in casino compact


The tribe is also promising to create 4,800 casino jobs and 14,000 construction jobs through various gaming projects.
Skokomish Tribe reaches new gaming compact with Washington


The agreement comes after the state entered into new compacts with 27 other tribes.
Seminole Tribe finally gets response to gaming compact lawsuit


The state of Florida is blaming the tribe for violating a Class III gaming compact that was signed in 2010.
Poarch Band lobbies Florida lawmakers with trip to Alabama casino


The tribe hosted five members of the Florida Legislative Black Caucus at the Wind Creek Casino and Hotel in Atmore.
Navajo Nation casinos in New Mexico saw net win of $19.3M in last quarter


The figure is expected to grow as the tribe converts another facility from Class II to Class III and expand its enterprise.
Pojoaque Pueblo rebuffed in complaint against state gaming board


The tribe accused the New Mexico Gaming Control Board of violating the state's open meetings law by discussing gaming matters in a closed executive session.
Quapaw Tribe sues Kansas to force gaming compact negotiations


The tribe plans to expand the Downstream Casino Resort onto its trust land in Kansas but needs a compact in order to offer slot machines and other Class III games.
Howard Stutz: Seminole Tribe pushes for Class III casino compact


On the surface, the new gambling compact between the Seminole Indian Tribe and Florida Gov. Rick Scott looks like a win-win for both sides.
Seminole Tribe gets court date in 'bad faith' gaming deal case


The tribe reached a new Class III gaming compact but is defending its gaming rights in federal court.
Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribal Tribune: Gaming website resurfaces


The Iowa Nation of Oklahoma released a media statement announcing the launch of the Pokertribe.com online gambling website in 2016.
Florida governor ignores Seminole Tribe's gaming deal in speech


The tribe is promising to share $3.1 billion with the state and create up to 15,000 jobs but the big ticket item went ignored in the State of the State address.
Fred Grimm: Seminole Tribe casino compact far from a sure thing


I’d put my money on nothing. No deal this legislative session.
Editorial: Limit non-Indian gaming in Seminole Tribe's compact


Because the compact can't take effect without approval from lawmakers, they have an opportunity to make it better.
Seminole Tribe faces hurdles for new Class III gaming compact


The Florida Legislature returns to work next week but a top lawmaker isn't sure the deal will be ratified.
Seminole Tribe sees support for gaming compact with new poll


When prompted with information about the tribe's plans to expand its casinos and create more jobs, 75 percent of respondents said the Florida Legislature should approve the agreement.
Seminole Tribe promises more jobs with Class III casino compact


Seminole Gaming CEO James Allen said the agreement will enable the tribe to expand its facilities, primarily by adding more hotel rooms.
BIA allows another New Mexico gaming compact to go into effect


The Land of Enchantment is now more to more 'deemed approved' compacts than any other state thanks to former assistant secretary Kevin Washburn.
Editorial: Seminole Tribe's gaming compact is good for Florida


Give Gov. Rick Scott credit for finally hammering out a new gambling compact with the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
Dispute resolved over shares of Pokagon Band gaming revenues


The local revenue sharing board finally resolved an impasse that prevented the distribution of a $4.4 million payment.
Seminole Tribe agrees to share $3B with new Class III gaming compact


The agreement must be ratified by Florida lawmakers and it will be sent to the Bureau of Indian Affairs for review.
Seminole Tribe and state remain at odds for new casino compact


The tribe continues to oppose attempts to expand non-Indian gaming in Florida amid litigation in federal court.
Tribes in Oklahoma generated $4.2B at gaming facilities in 2014


Tribal casinos generated $4.2 billion in revenue in 2014, representing 2.5 percent of private production in the state.
Seminole Tribe willing to share $3B in casino revenue with state


A new Class III gaming compact has failed to materialize as the parties battle in federal court.
Saginaw Chippewa Tribe distributes $2.95M in casino revenue


The tribe shares 2 percent of Class III revenues with local communities twice a year.
North Fork Rancheria wins decision in gaming compact case


Gov. Jerry Brown (D) failed to engage in 'good faith' negotiations for a controversial off-reservation site.
Arizona sees 6.4 percent increase in gaming revenues from tribes


Tribes shared $25.6 million with the state for the most recent quarter, marking the fourth consecutive quarter of growth.
Steve Pego: Michigan compact bars off-reservation casino


The Saginaw Tribe's opposition to the Little River off-reservation casino proposal in Muskegon is based on law and policy.
President of Navajo Nation touts benefits of gaming enterprise


In just five years, the tribe has built four gaming facilities and has paid out more than $122.5 million in employee benefits and salaries.
Seminole Tribe keeps blackjack games as key deadline passes


Negotiations for a new Class III gaming compact continue as the tribe defends its rights in federal court.
Seminole Tribe faces deadline to remove blackjack from casinos


Talks continue for a new Class III gaming compact but the tribe filed a lawsuit in federal court to ensure its rights are protected.
BIA allows more New Mexico gaming compacts to go into effect


The state is now home to 12 'deemed approved' compacts, a record number.
Pauma Band celebrates win for $36.2M in compact overpayments


California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) is considering an appeal in the long-running dispute.
Pauma Band wins dispute over $36.2M in gaming compact overpayments


The tribe was paying a higher revenue sharing rate despite not being able to add more gaming machines to its casino.
Little Traverse Bay Bands lose vote for Class III gaming at site


The tribe will go ahead with Class II machines at the facility in Mackinaw City, Michigan.
Oklahoma tribes mark $1B milestone in gaming revenue sharing


The Chickasaw Nation by and large shared more gaming revenues than any other tribe in the Sooner State.
Seminole Tribe ramps up talks for new Class III casino compact


Tribal leaders flew to the state capital to meet with Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) in hopes of renewing the deal.
Seminole Tribe faces key deadline for Class III gaming compact


The grace period for blackjack expires October 29 but the tribe previously told the state it would continue to offer the games.
Tohono O'odham Nation faces counterclaims in gaming litigation


The state of Arizona is once again arguing that the tribe promised it wouldn't pursue a casino in the Phoenix area.
Arizona tribes on road to recovery with $1.81B in casino revenues


The Arizona Indian Gaming Association is releasing a report that highlights the benefits of the state's tribal industry.
Pojoaque Pueblo secures injunction in New Mexico gaming dispute


The tribe's gaming revenues have taken a hit after the state threatened vendors that do business on the reservation.
Tribes to share in Keno revenues under new deal with Connecticut


The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe each will receive 12.5 percent of gross revenues from the game.
Seminole Tribe remains in talks to renew Class III gaming compact


A key Republican lawmaker told FloridaPolitics.com that negotiations have proven fruitful.
San Pasqual Band loses claim for damages in gaming dispute


The tribe contended that it lost out on $315 million in profits because the state refused to allow 2,000 slot machines at the Valley View Casino.

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