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The Table Mountain Rancheria has contributed $2 million so far, the largest amount.


The city of Glendale is supporting the controversial project and opponents want to change that.


Attorney discusses the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community.


The wrongful death lawsuit accuses casino staff of failing to help a patron who suffered a heart attack in September 2011.


The Chukchansi Tribe questioned whether the state governor had authority to approve the 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 judges criticized the state for waiting more than a decade to challenge the status of land placed in trust for the tribe in 1994.


The judge went ahead and resolved the case on the merits after being told by the council to dismiss it.


Assistant Secretary Kevin Washburn, the head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona) clashed repeatedly at the hearing.


The tribe was ordered to stop enforcing its own set of labor laws on casino employees.


The bill can now be sent to President Barack Obama for his signature with the goal of ending a lawsuit that one lawmaker described as 'frivolous.'


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.


The case could end up before the Supreme Court if the lower courts side with tribes.


The bill ensures that land already held in trust for the tribe can't be challenged in federal court.


The tribe shut down the casino in August 2013 because the land is not in trust.


The state of New Mexico is trying to prevent the Obama administration from issuing Class III gaming procedures for the tribe.


A federal judge handed the tribe a victory on two taxes that were being imposed on the reservation.


The Keep the Promise Act prevents the tribe from using its trust land for any forms of gaming.


The lawsuit is before the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals after a federal judge ruled against the state.


The tribe started offering Texas hold 'em games at the Coeur d'Alene Casino Resort in May.


The decision puts an end to plans by the Winnebago Tribe to open a gaming facility at an old racetrack.


A federal judge expressed frustration with a non-Indian landowner who wants a monetary payment in connection with the casino owned by the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians.


The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community of Michigan appears to be heading back into a judicial crisis over plans for a new casino.


The hearing comes two years after the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in Salazar v. Patchak.


Tribes, tribal organizations and the Department of Justice have submitted briefs in hopes of preventing land acquisitions from being challenged long after they have been finalized.


The Winnebago Tribe plans to convert an old racetrack into a gaming facility is the referendum appears on the ballot and passes.


Opponents have filed a series of lawsuits in state and federal court in hopes of stopping construction but so far none have been successful.


The tribe plans to open a Class II gaming facility on its reservation but opponents are trying to stop the project.


Tribes across the nation are closely watching the case out of fear it will open the doors to even more litigation over trust land acquisitions


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 tribe's business corporation agreed to a waiver of sovereign immunity.


The tribe blames the California Legislature for failing to approve the agreement or suggest modifications.


Someone is putting up signs that are critical of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe's casino project.


Three former security employees are unable to pierce the bounds of tribal sovereign immunity.


Officials in Duluth, Minnesota, want to open their own casino as they try to reinstate a revenue sharing agreement with the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians.

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