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Filed Under: Land Acquisitions | Regulation
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe brings competition to New England gaming market (10/09)
Moody's is warning of impacts in Massachusetts and even Rhode Island as the tribe moves forward with its long-delayed casino.

Filed Under: Compacts | Connecticut
Tribes to share in Keno revenues under new deal with Connecticut (10/07)
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe each will receive 12.5 percent of gross revenues from the game.

Filed Under: Compacts
Seminole Tribe remains in talks to renew Class III gaming compact (10/07)
A key Republican lawmaker told that negotiations have proven fruitful.

Filed Under: Casino Stalker | Compacts | Meetings
Little Traverse Bay Bands consider Class II for second casino (10/06)
Revenue sharing with the local community won't be required if the tribe sticks with Class II games at a proposed facility in Mackinaw City.

Filed Under: Compacts | Litigation
Pojoaque Pueblo asks 10th Circuit to overturn gaming decision (09/29)
The tribe and the state have been unable to reach a new Class III gaming due to disagreements about revenue sharing.

Filed Under: Compacts | Litigation
Pojoaque Pueblo to attend 10th Circuit hearing in casino dispute (09/24)
The tribe and the state of New Mexico are at odds after failing to negotiate a new Class III gaming compact.

Filed Under: Compacts | Connecticut | Litigation | Openings and Closings | Regulation
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe casino ruling stirs shakeup of sorts (09/23)
A commercial casino in southeastern Massachusetts faces significant hurdles now that the Bureau of Indian Affairs has approved the land-into-trust application for the first Indian gaming facility in the state.

Filed Under: California | Casino Stalker
Dry Creek Rancheria won't seek new casino for another decade (09/23)
The pledge is included in a new agreement that enables the tribe to reduce its revenue sharing payments to Sonoma County by a significant amount.

Filed Under: Compacts | Openings and Closings
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe aims to start casino work next year (09/21)
Approval of the land-into-trust application took eight years and the tribe is eager to start work on the first Indian gaming facility in Massachusetts.

Filed Under: Litigation | Openings and Closings
Court won't force vote on Tohono O'odham Nation gaming deal (09/21)
Opponents questioned the city of Glendale for supporting the West Valley Resort that's due to open in December.

Filed Under: Compacts | Regulation
Arizona tribes can't send gaming revenues directly to charities (09/10)
The state's interpretation of the Class III gaming compact could affect the way non-profits receive money.

Filed Under: California | Compacts
California tribes no longer forced to pay 'fair share' of revenues (09/07)
Former governor Arnold Schwarzenegger convinced some tribes to sign gaming compacts with a questionable revenue sharing provision.

Filed Under: California | Compacts
United Auburn Indian Community compact gains quick approval (09/03)
The new Class III gaming agreement will be sent to the Bureau of Indian Affairs for review.

Filed Under: California | Compacts | Openings and Closings
Chumash Tribe signs new Class III casino compact in California (08/27)
The deal comes as the tribe continues work on a $160 million expansion of the Chumash Casino Resort.

Filed Under: California | Casino Stalker
United Auburn Indian Community compact praised by lawmakers (08/26)
The deal changes the method in which the tribe shares casino revenues with the state.

Filed Under: Compacts
Seminole Tribe heads into mediation for Class III gaming compact (08/26)
The tribe and the state have agreed to move forward with the dispute resolution process as discussions for a new deal continue.

Filed Under: Compacts
Seminole Tribe returns to Class III gaming compact negotiations (08/24)
Key provisions of the compact expired at the end of July but a top lawmakers believes progress is being made on a new agreement.

Filed Under: Casino Stalker
Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation wants Illinois parcel in trust (08/19)
The tribe is seeking support from Dekalb County as it pursues a Class II gaming facility on ancestral territory in the state.

Filed Under: Casino Stalker | Compacts | Openings and Closings
Forest County Potawatomi Tribe sees growth in casino revenue (08/18)
The Potawatomi Hotel and Casino in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin, took in at least $360 million in the last fiscal year.

Filed Under: Compacts
Gun Lake Tribe withholds revenue sharing payment in Michigan (08/18)
After sharing more than $60 million with the state, the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians said no more until a dispute over online lottery tickets is resolved.

Filed Under: California | Compacts
United Auburn Indian Community enters new gaming compact (08/17)
The tribe will pay about $18 million a year into the Indian Gaming Revenue Sharing Trust Fund and another $15 million a year into California's general fund.

Filed Under: Compacts | Federal Register
BIA allows two more New Mexico gaming deals to go into effect (08/13)
The state is home to nine deemed approved compacts, accounting for more than half of the tribes with casinos.

Filed Under: Compacts | Connecticut | New York | Public Relations
American Gaming Association stakes claim in presidential race (08/12)
The Republican field includes a handful of contenders with somewhat negative records on Indian gaming.

Filed Under: Compacts
Tribes in Arizona contribute $1.1B in gaming revenues to state (08/11)
Nearly $992.3 million has gone to the Arizona Benefits Fund and another $115.7 million went directly to local governments.

Filed Under: Compacts
Seminole Tribe reports no progress on Class III gaming talks (08/10)
Lawmakers returned to work amid rumors of a new deal but an attorney dispelled the speculation.

Filed Under: Compacts
Oklahoma tribes approach $1B in revenue sharing with state (08/10)
The director of the Cherokee Nation Gaming Commission believes tribes will reach the milestone this month.

Filed Under: Opinion
Donna Ennis: City lynches Fond du Lac Band in gaming dispute (08/10)
Settler Colonialism has best been defined as more of an imposed structure than a historical event.

Filed Under: Compacts
Arizona tribes see growth in casino revenue for another quarter (08/04)
Tribes shared $25.8 million with the state in the last quarter, a 4.5 percent increase from the same period last year.

Filed Under: Litigation | NIGC
Fond du Lac Band wants to resolve long-running gaming fight (08/03)
The tribe already paid $75 million to the city for hosting the Fond-du-Luth Casino but officials in Duluth, Minnesota, want more despite losing several cases in court.

Filed Under: Compacts | Litigation | Opinion
Editorial: Seminole Tribe is a good gaming partner for Florida (08/03)
So here it comes, another costly court fight for Florida taxpayers, this time with the Seminole Tribe over the future of an agreement that sets the parameters for gambling in our state.

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