Guy C. Clark of Stop Predatory Gambling New Mexico predicts disaster if Pojoaque Pueblo prevails in Class III gaming compact dispute.
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The state has asserted sovereign immunity and can't be forced to come to the table.
A federal judge said the activity on the Desert Rose Bingo site falls into the Class III category.
The rally takes place on Wednesday at the site of the proposed $800 million casino.
The Washington House Commerce and Gaming Committee will be a part of the next legislative session.
The tribe hit a major milestone since the opening of its casino in February 2011.
The tribe has secured a favorable land determination from the National Indian Gaming Commission.
The new deal eliminates a flat $17.4 million payment to the state and adopts a revenue sharing system based on percentages.
An answer is due in January 2015, a month before Gov. Scott Walker (R) plans to announce a decision on the Menominee Nation off-reservation casino.
The state will compensate the tribe for any losses that occur as a result of a new off-reservation casino.
A lawsuit that questioned the tribe's federal status appears to be dead but another one that challenges the tribe's land status remains on the docket.
An opposition group tried to challenge the tribe's status as a federally recognized tribe.
The state has refused to renew the license because the tribe won't collect a tax on sales to non-Indians.
The tribe says its gaming facility doesn't have to comply with a county ban on Sunday liquor sales.
Existing compacts with five tribes expire in June 2015 and two more tribes are seeking agreements for the first time.
Tribal leaders are no longer 'begging' the state to enter into Class III gaming compact negotiations.
Newspaper cites benefits of Class III gaming compact with the Seminole Tribe.
For the first time since 2004, tribes shared fewer revenues with the state.
The deal was allowed to go into effect but only to the extent its provisions are consistent with the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act.
The state has seen dramatic growth since voters authorized Class III gaming in 2004.
A bill could be introduced in the next legislative session to authorize a joint facility.
An opposition group has lost twice but is hoping to revive its case before the California Supreme Court.
Distributions will be made at a ceremony on Thursday.
The tribe doesn't believe it falls under a ban on Sunday sales in Pottawatomie County.
The tribe's vice chairman said a formal request must come from the governor's office.
The Cherokee Nation will hold a ceremony on Monday to mark 10 years of Class III gaming.
The tribe blamed the county for holding up an agreement to address the impacts of a $35 million casino.
In just a decade, the state has become home to more Indian gaming facilities than any other in the nation.
The decision in Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community is having positive effects throughout Indian Country.
The decision relies on Michigan v. Bay Mills, an Indian gaming case that went before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Chairwoman Elaine Bethel-Fink said the Class II gaming or Class III gaming procedures are options.
The tribe has reportedly offered to share more revenues in exchange for regional exclusivity.
The prospect of additional games fueled support for Amendment Q in Indian Country.
The tribe has said it will develop its 305-acre trust property no matter what voters say.
The amount is slightly higher than the amount shared during the same quarter in 2013.
Tribes can currently offer slot machines and limited card games.
The Sacramento Bee calls the ad 'Mostly misleading' due to questionable claims made by Chairman Marc Macarro.
Voters are being asked to weigh in on the tribe's Class III gaming compact.
The California Democrat has spread inaccurate information about the tribal casino industry in California.
Lara Sanders, a tribal member, was killed on February 8, 2011, as she was walking home from the Fire Rock Casino in New Mexico.
Attorneys discuss court decision that prevents the Bureau of Indian Affairs from issuing Class III gaming procedures for Pojoaque Pueblo.
The tribe still plans to build a gaming facility on its trust land regardless of what voters say at the polls.
Constitutional Amendment Q opens the door to roulette, keno and craps and tribal casinos and non-Indian facilities in Deadwood.
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley (R) said he's open to an agreement and his Democratic opponent wants one too.
The decision, however, leaves the door open for the federal government, as the tribe's trustee, to sue the state.
President Bryan Brewer said the casino could be located on the northern part of the Pine Ridge Reservation.
The tribe has repeatedly asked the state to negotiate but no governor has ever come to the table.
An off-reservation casino for the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians faces voters next month.
The new deal authorizes up to 750 slot machines at the tribe's two casinos.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs approved Class III gaming procedures that will remain in effect until 2040.
The tribe will get a share of revenues from an off-reservation casino operated by the North Fork Rancheria.
A repeal could affect the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, whose casino remains under review at the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
The Table Mountain Rancheria has now spent more than $8 million in hopes of stopping the new casino.
The Table Mountain Rancheria, the Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians. the United Auburn Indian Community are turning to voters to block the new casino.
Voter will consider whether the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians can build an off-reservation casino when they go to the polls next month.
Three tribes are funding the campaign against the North Fork Rancheria's proposed casino.
Parker Griffith, the Democratic nominee for governor, says the tribe has gone a great job with its gaming enterprise.
Tribal facilities play an important role in shaping the U.S. gaming industry through jobs, revenues, direct and indirect spending as well as payroll and other taxes.
Newspaper warns against expanding a Class III gaming compact with the Seminole Tribe:
Gaming facilities paid $38 billion in federal, state and local taxes in 2013, according to the new report.
The compact was never presented to state lawmakers because Republican leaders weren't sure how it would have been received.
The tribe will pay $150,000 to San Diego County to address the impacts of the project.
The United Auburn Indian Community donated $100,000 to help defeat the North Fork Rancheria's off-reservation casino.
The tribe is taking its case to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals after a judge ordered a halt to the games.
The tribe is concerned Gov. Scott Walker (R) might approve an off-reservation casino for the Menominee Nation.
Newspaper calls on Gov. Robert Bentley (R) to explore a Class III gaming compactwith the Poarch Band of Creek Indians:
The judges criticized the state for waiting more than a decade to challenge the status of land placed in trust for the tribe in 1994.
Tribe's decade-long quest could come to an end on election day in November.
Tribes across the nation are closely watching the case out of fear it will lead to more litigation over trust land acquisitions that were finalized years ago.
But no one knows how much Class III revenue the tribe could pull in, and how much the state might get under a revenue sharing arrangement.
Maryann McGovran, the vice chairwoman of the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians, urges voters to support Proposition 48 and ratify the tribe's Class III gaming compact.
The state of New Mexico is trying to prevent the Obama administration from issuing Class III gaming procedures for the tribe.
The tribe has suspended revenue sharing payments out of concern Walker will approve an off-reservation casino for the Menominee Nation.
Tribes, racetracks and big gaming developers all have a stake in the outcome of discussions to expand gaming in Florida.
Newspaper urges Gov. Rick Scott (R) to negotiate a Class III gaming compact that ensures exclusivity for the Seminole Tribe for a cut of the revenues.
The tribe started offering Texas hold 'em games at the Coeur d'Alene Casino Resort in May.
The proposed Menominee Nation off-reservation casino falls within Ho-Chunk territory, according to President Jon Greendeer.
The North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians is facing an uphill battle as voters in California are being asked to repeal the tribe's Class III gaming compact.
Plans call for a six-story hotel with 128 rooms, basically doubling the number of existing rooms at the facility.
Under the Class III gaming compact, the tribe is projected to share $256.8 million for the current year.
This is the third quarter in the last year that no payment was made due to fluctuating revenues at the casino.
The state and the tribe have entered some rocky territory as a result of the Menominee Nation off-reservation casino proposal.
Newspaper says proposed Menominee Nation $810 million off-reservation casino in Kenosha comes at the expense of the Forest County Potawatomi Tribe:
The proposed Menominee Nation off-reservation casino is already having a negative effect on the state's budget.
California newspaper urges lawmakers to consider a Class III gaming compact for the Enterprise Rancheria rather than let the matter be resolved in federal court.
The money went to six counties and two cities, according to the New York Office of the State Comptroller.
The tribe blames the California Legislature for failing to approve the agreement or suggest modifications.
California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) signed the compact two years ago this month but opposition from tribes with existing casinos has prevented it from moving forward.
The Karuk Tribe is one step closer to a casino in northern California.
Three former security employees are unable to pierce the bounds of tribal sovereign immunity.
The tribe has been trying to negotiate a deal for at least 20 years.
The California Senate voted 28-4 to ratify the compact.
The Pokagon Fund could run out of money a year from now so changes are being made to the grant process.
The tribe is moving to a percentage-based revenue sharing system under the new deal.
The tribe plans to build a 36,497 square-foot casino with 500 gaming machines.
Revenue sharing amounts have dropped steadily in the last couple of years.
Mike Healy of Stop the Casino 101 Coalition explains why his group is suing the state of California over a Class III gaming compact with the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria.
New leadership of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma pulled the plug on an Internet poker site but writer wonders whether it should be resurrected.
Columnist wonders why Alabama won't enter into a Class III gaming compact with the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.
Lawsuit claims the Bureau of Indian Affairs can't authorize Class III gaming for the tribe.
Revenues go to education, emergency and trauma services, local governments and other programs.
Under their Class III gaming compacts, tribes share between 1 percent and 8 percent of revenues.
Talks are likely to resume after the November election.
Gov. George River of Pojoaque Pueblo responds to criticism over the tribe's proposed Class III gaming compact.
Newspaper opposes Class III gaming compact being proposed by Pojoaque Pueblo.
Federal authorities should reject Pojoaque’s current proposal out of hand so serious discussions can begin.
Gov. George Rivera said the casino market in New Mexico has 'flattened out.'
The tribe was promised regional exclusivity in exchange for sharing revenues with the state.
The proposal ends revenue sharing, lowers the gambling age to 18 and authorizes liquor on the gaming floor.
The hearing focused on federal oversight, tribal benefits and a controversial off-reservation casino in Arizona.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs approved an amendment to the tribe's existing agreement.
The Oglala Sioux Tribe is currently in negotiations with the state of South Dakota on its current gaming compact and may move to expand its gaming operations.
Tribe just completed a $28 million expansion of the casino.
The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe and the Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe are pursuing casinos.
The Gila River Indian Community and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community hope Congress will stop the project.
Current agreement limits the tribe to 250 slot machines.
Two Wampanoag tribes are trying to open casinos in their home state.
Rival tribes contributed nearly $3 million to a group that's fighting the casino.
Despite clearing major hurdles, the project remains in limbo due to opposition from tribes with existing casinos.
Attorney Dennis Whittlesey explores whether the Bureau of Indian Affairs can issue Class III gaming procedures for Pojoaque Pueblo.
Survey didn't ask any direct questions about tribal gaming.
Tribe says disputed machine falls into the Class II category, outside of state control.
Tribe continues to offer poker games at its casino in Idaho.
Plans for tribal casinos will be affected by referendum on the November ballot.
Voters in Massachusetts will get their say on the state's gaming law this November.
Federal judge determines state jumped the gun by filing lawsuit.
State of Idaho might be forced to withdraw its lawsuit and proceed to binding arbitration.
Opponents include the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi Indians and the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe.
Officials in Washington, D.C., will consider the tribe's request.
Outcome of November advisory vote could affect negotiations for an intergovernmental agreement.
Unions were included in the tribe's Class III gaming compact.
Rival factions of tribe welcome lawsuit in hopes of resolving ongoing dispute.
Tribe has shared $52.2 million since the casino opened in February 2011.
Tribe must remove the games despite NIGC opinion stating they fall into Class II category.
A panel of 11 judges will rehear the case that tribes across the nation are watching.
The tribe had hoped to break ground this summer but negotiations appear to be moving slowly.
The Nottawaseppi Huron Band and the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe say off-reservation casinos violate the Class III gaming compact.
Project has drawn opposition from tribes with existing casinos.
Revenue sharing payments are made twice a year under tribal-state compact.
The Special Distribution Fund is due to run out of money by the end of 2015.
Laguna Development Corp., which manages casinos for Laguna Pueblo, ranked among the top 10 political donors last year.
The Seminole Tribe of Florida plans to spend $100 million this year upgrading its gaming properties.
The Seminole Tribe is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida.
The Cowlitz Tribe of Washington is one step closer to joining the Indian gaming industry.
The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana acknowledged that it failed to make a recent revenue sharing payment.
Columnist says gaming interests spent a lot of money on lobbying and politicians in Florida only to get nothing in return.
The Oneida Nation sent its first gaming revenue payment of $3.96 million million to New York.
Tribes shared $24 million in casino revenue for the quarter that ended March 13, the Arizona Department of Gaming reported.
The Cowlitz Tribe of Washington faces a vote this week on its Class III gaming compact.
The state of Idaho sued the Coeur d'Alene Tribe on Friday in hopes of stopping poker games.
The Cowlitz Tribe of Washington is presenting its Class III gaming compact at a series of public hearings.
Democratic lawmakers in Florida are once again threatening to block a Class III gaming compact for the Seminole Tribe.
Florida lawmakers are in the dark about Class III gaming compact negotiations with the Seminole Tribe.
Indian Country Today interviews Thomas Beauty, the vice president of the Arizona Indian Gaming Association, about the tribal casino industry.
Slot machine revenues at tribal casinos in New Mexico fell 0.1 percent last year, The Albuquerque Journal reports.
The Seminole Tribe and Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) are reportedly close to announcing a new Class III gaming compact.
The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe will resume gaming revenue sharing payments in Louisiana.
Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Arizona) said he opposes the Tohono O'odham Nation off-reservation casino.
The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe is expected to miss a second gaming revenue sharing payment in Louisiana.
Gaming tribes in Arizona expect to hit the $1 billion mark in revenue sharing this summer.
The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana appears to have hit hard times at its casino.
James Dorris explains why the the Poarch Band of Creek Indians qualifies for gaming in Florida.
The Mescalero Apache Tribe of New Mexico refinanced about $260 million in gaming debt.
A former professional baseball player has filed a $9.9 million negligence claim against the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
The Seminole Tribe could share more revenues with the state of Florida as part of a new Class III gaming compact.
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.
Columnist examines how the Seminole Tribe will influence the future of gambling in Florida.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) plans to renew a Class III gaming compact with the Seminole Tribe, a spokesperson said.
It looks like the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma are getting out of the Internet gaming business for now.
Harrison Tsosie, the attorney general for the Navajo Nation, explains liability provisions in the tribe's Class III gaming compact.
The Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut is firing back at a rival for a commercial casino in Massachusetts.
Kristina Bogardus, the president of the New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association, questions the Navajo Nation Class III gaming compact.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has published notice of a Class III gaming compact between the Crow Tribe and the state of Montana.
The Tulare County Indian Gaming Local Community Benefit Committee in California will be distributin $268,177 in gaming revenues.
The Navajo Nation must encourage the growth of small businesses on the reservation.
The New Mexico Legislature's Committee on Compacts vote 12-4 on Wednesday to advance a Class III gaming compact for the Navajo Nation.
The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe needs to clear a big hurdle before opening a casino in southeastern Massachusetts
Republican lawmakers are open to an expansion of Class III gaming for the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
The state of Oklahoma is supporting the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes in a dispute over a Class III gaming compact that authorizes Internet wagering.
The Navajo Nation is insisting on five casinos in a Class III gaming compact with the state of New Mexico.
The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe welcomed official approval of its Class III gaming compact with the state of Massachusetts.
Billionaire gaming mogul Steve Wynn is once again complaining about revenue sharing provisions being afforded to the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe of Massachusetts.
The Navajo Nation is once again being asked to renegotiate a Class III gaming compact with the state of New Mexico.
The Class III gaming compact for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe of Massachusetts will go into effect on Monday.
The Arizona Department of Gaming is reporting an increase in tribal gaming contributions.
The New Mexico Legislature's Committee on Compacts will meet this afternoon to discuss a Class III gaming compact for the Navajo Nation.
Florida lawmakers don't think they will be taking up an expansion of non-Indian gaming this year.
After accusing the Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut of trying to avoid taxes for its proposed commercial casino in Massachusetts, billionaire gaming mogul Steve Wynn is seeking a tax cut of his own.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit that challenges a Class III gaming compact for the Buena Vista Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians in California.
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly and LoRenzo Bates, a delegate to the Navajo Nation Council, defend the tribe's Class III gaming compact in New Mexico.
Five New Mexico tribes called on state lawmakers to reject a Class III gaming compact for the Navajo Nation at a hearing on Wednesday.
Katherine Gorospe of the Laguna Development Corporation says the Navajo Nation Class III gaming compact will hurt other tribes.
The Navajo Nation and New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez (R) submitted a new Class III gaming compact to state lawmakers.
The Big Lagoon Rancheria cannot pursue a casino on recently acquired trust land, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today in a potentially devastating case for Indian Country.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has published notices in the Federal Register of four Class III gaming compacts.
Tribes in Arizona have shared $940 million in gaming revenues with the state since 2002.
Columnist wonders whether the state of Connecticut has reached a deal with the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe over Keno games.
Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes saw declines in slot machine revenue for the month of December 2013.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals is hearing arguments this morning in a lawsuit that challenges a Class III gaming compact for the Buena Vista Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians in California.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs is warning the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe and the state of Massachusetts not to violate the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act.
The Navajo Nation and New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez (R) have reopened Class III gaming compact negotiations.
The North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians faces a big test later this year when voters in California go to the polls to weigh in on the tribe's off-reservation casino.
The Tulare County Indian Gaming Local Community Benefit Committee in California is seeking applicants for three vacancies.
The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe of Massachusetts is hoping to break ground later this year on its long-planned casino.
The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe appears to have won approval of its Class III gaming compact with the state of Massachusetts.
The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma are suing the Bureau of Indian Affairs for rejecting a Class III gaming compact.
Pojoaque Pueblo is accusing the state of New Mexico of bad faith Class III gaming compact negotiations.
The Navajo Nation will push for approval of a new Class III gaming compact with the state of New Mexico.
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