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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.


The tribe's judicial crisis appears to be settled as plans for the new casino move forward.


Tribal judges have been suspended without pay as part of a dispute over plans for a new casino.


The dispute arose after the tribal council approved the $2.75 million purchase of a hotel with the intent of building a new casino at the site.


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.


The Foxwoods Resort Casino refused to pay the winnings and return the money the gamblers deposited into their accounts.


Lawsuit claims the Bureau of Indian Affairs can't authorize Class III gaming for the tribe.


The Chickasaw Nation, the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe and the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians have been on the losing end of a sovereignty dispute.


The Winnebago Tribe is supporting a referendum to authorize electronic betting on historical horse races.


A local town and a local group are opposing the tribe's plan for a Class II facility on the reservation.


The developer behind the troubled project has since sold its stake in the venture.


The tribe wants to move an existing casino to a new site on the waterfront but a lawsuit in tribal court could stop the project.


Former investors claimed they were owed $74 million, plus interest.


A case pending in federal court puts 1,000 jobs in jeopardy.


The Winnebago Tribe supports an amendment to authorize electronic betting on historical horse races.


The Cherokee Nation is suing to prevent the UKB casino site from going into trust.


The Senate Indian Affairs Committee heard from both sides of the issue at a lengthy oversight hearing on Indian gaming.


The hearing focused on federal oversight, tribal benefits and a controversial off-reservation casino in Arizona.


The committee hasn't paid much attention to the $28 billion tribal casino industry during so far.


The tribe has indicated it will submit a new land-into-trust application for the gaming site.


The tribe can submit another land-into-trust application for the site in Kansas.


State claims that tribal casino sites were not validly placed in trust.


The tribe says the Supreme Court decision in Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community puts an end to Oklahoma's case.


The hearing takes place August 6 as more parties attempt to join the lawsuit.


The town was a party to a land claim settlement that is at issue in the case.


The tribe paid $9.1 million to save the track from bankruptcy and now holds a lien on the property.


Group claims 34 new tribes could try to open casinos in California.


The tribe still plans to fight for the off-reservation casino in Kansas.


Tribe lacks federal recognition, magistrate determines.


Rival factions agree to a September 13 election that could finally settle their dispute.


The tribe acquired the site in connection with a land claim settlement.

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