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The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe and the Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe are pursuing casinos.


Two Wampanoag tribes are trying to open casinos in their home state.


Lawmaker accepts funds from one gaming tribe to fight another.


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.


Bill has support of 13 successful gaming tribes.


Morongo Band doesn't support the bill championed by other tribes.


The Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians and the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians reportedly reached an agreement regarding Internet poker legislation.


In just a few short months, the organization's position changed.


A split among its membership led to the change in position.


Willie Brown is working for billionaire casino mogul and Internet gaming foe Sheldon Adelson.


After years of debate, California's politically connected tribes are finally on board with legislation to authorize Internet poker games.


Tribes are all over the place on Internet gaming, OpenSecrets reports.


The Minnesota Indian Gaming Association is urging Gov. Mark Dayton (D) to reject Internet lottery sales.


Joe Valandra, a former chief of staff at the National Indian Gaming Commission, says Restoration of America's Wire Act turns back the block on tribal gaming.


Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Arizona) said he opposes the Tohono O'odham Nation off-reservation casino.


The Cherokee Nation Council approved a measure to clarify the duties of the Cherokee Nation Gaming Commission.


The Center for Public Integrity reports on the high-stakes battle over Internet gambling.


Lawmakers who represent Maine tribes are seeking inclusion in a bill to study the expansion of gaming in the state.


The Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska is gearing up for a statewide and local referendum on gaming.


The Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma might be facing some casino competition across the border in Kansas.


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


The MOWA Band of Choctaw Indians in Alabama is seeking to have a gaming case heard in federal court.


More tribes are seeking to bar 'bad actors' from entering the Internet gaming industry in California.


Billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson has vowed to spend 'whatever it takes' to impose a ban on Internet gaming.


The California Tribal Business Alliance wants to ensure an Internet poker site that was shut down by the federal government can't do business in California.


Tribes are backing two bills to legalize Internet poker games in California.


The Coeur d'Alene Tribe of Idaho is questioning the addition of electronic gaming machines at a non-Indian racetrack.


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


The Maine House is trying to revive three tribal gaming bills that were rejected in the Senate.


The Maine Senate effectively killed six gaming bills on Wednesday, including three that would have benefited tribes.


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


The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe will receive federal approval to open its casino, a top lawmaker said.


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


Card Player interviews Mary Bono Mack, a former Congresswoman, about efforts to legalize Internet poker.

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