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Arizona newspaper says decision to place Tohono O'odham Nation off-reservation casino site in trust won't have a nationwide impact as critics have claimed.


Iowa newspaper urges Meskwaki Tribe to find some 'middle ground' in dispute over old dog racing track.


Newspaper says Florida shouldn't authorize an expansion of gaming.


Writer wonders whether the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel is really going to offer real-money poker games.


Voters are being asked to amend the constitution this November.


Columnist Brian Hicks wonders why politicians in South Carolina won't agree to a casino for the Catawba Nation.


Writer criticizes California lawmakers for failing to support the off-reservation casino proposed by the Enterprise Rancheria.


Political analyst looks at the gaming scene amid an election year in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.


Connecticut newspaper urges state to go 'all in' and support its tribal casino enterprises:


Writer says casinos aren't the answer to budget woes across the nation.


California newspaper says gaming funds from the Tule River Tribe benefit the entire area:


Lawmaker accepts funds from one gaming tribe to fight another.


Columnist wonders whether Mississippi's gaming industry can survive the Internet.


The local community's wishes are being overridden by political puppetry.


Attorney Patrick Sullivan highlights the intense tribal interest in Big Lagoon Rancheria v. California.


Attorney Dennis Whittlesey explores whether the Bureau of Indian Affairs can issue Class III gaming procedures for Pojoaque Pueblo.


Writer says officials in northern California should work with tribes instead of raising fears about gaming.


Port Huron was once home to an Ojibwe reservation.


Writer questions why the city supports the Cowlitz Tribe casino despite a lack of revenue sharing.


Attorney Donna Ballman discusses employment rights at tribal casinos.


Sheldon Adelson has his eye on a commercial casino in the state.


California newspaper says the risks of Internet poker games outweigh the benefits.


Writer says North Carolina Republican Party softens its stance on gaming at convention, which took place at the casino owned by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.


Attorney W. Stuart Scott urges Tennessee to legalize gaming sooner rather than later.


The Rev. James B. Butler of the California Coalition Against Gambling Expansion questions the need to legalize Internet poker.


Sheldon Adelson has vowed to spend whatever it takes to stop Internet gaming.


Newspaper calls on Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R) to approve off-reservation casinos for the Bay Mills Indian Community.


Despite a victory at the U.S. Supreme Court, columnist says Bay Mills Indian Community isn't any closer to opening an off-reservation casino.


Newspaper hopes Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians can resolve a leadership dispute that's affecting the Rolling Hills Casino.


Newspaper comments on the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community.


Attorney who covered the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community doesn't think Congress will take any action to address tribal sovereign immunity.


Don Marks discusses how gaming has been a part of traditional life for First Nations for generations.


Amy Howe posts an analysis of the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community.


Attorney Dennis Whittlesey discusses the latest developments in Internet gaming in Indian Country.


Agua Caliente Band opposes any expansion of gaming at non-Indian racetracks.

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