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New York governor says casino plan won't violate compacts (01/11)

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D said his plan for three casinos won't violate existing Class III gaming compacts. In his State of the State address, Cuomo called for three casinos in upstate New York....

New York governor calls for expansion of non-Indian gaming (01/10)

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) called for an expansion of non-Indian gaming in his State of the State address on Wednesday. Cuomo said gaming can stimulate the economy in upstate New York. He plans...

Debate expected on expansion of non-Indian gaming in New York (01/08)

Lawmakers in New York are expected to debate an expansion of non-Indian gaming this year. Non-Indian gaming is allowed in some regions of the state but tribes maintain exclusive rights in their areas. A...

Seneca-Cayuga Tribe resurrects plans for off-reservation casino (01/04)

The Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma is once again pursuing an off-reservation casino in New York, The Auburn Citizen reports. The tribe submitted a land-into-trust application for a 229-acre site in Cayuga County. The Bureau of...

Five charged for unauthorized gaming facility on Mohawk land (12/19)

Federal authorities laid charged against five men who are accused of operating an unauthorized gaming facility on Mohawk land in New York. The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe ordered the Three Feathers Casino to close in...

Report cites impacts of withheld Seneca Nation gaming funds (12/11)

New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli released a report on Monday that said two cities face financial problems due to withheld Seneca Nation gaming revenues. Niagara Falls has lost out on $60 million and...

Oneida Nation backs group seeking local vote for new casinos (12/05)

The Oneida Nation is backing a group called New Yorkers for Local Approval of Casinos. Expansion of non-Indian gaming is years away, if at all, in the state. But the group already started a campaign...

2nd Circuit won't reconsider Shinnecock Nation casino dispute (11/29)

The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday voted against reconsidering a casino dispute involving the Shinnecock Nation of New York. Prior to gaining federal recognition, the tribe started building a casino on a parcel...

Opinion: A look into the Seneca Nation casino compact dispute (11/29)

"To fully understand the casino, we need to separate exclusivity payments to the state of New York from the distrubution of these funds to the city. In laymen terms, the state has a contract with...

Opinion: Seneca Nation's gaming 'monopoly' hurts community (11/28)

"The City of Niagara Falls and its long-suffering residents have suffered many kinds of losses since Albany took 50 acres out of the heart of downtown and created a territory for a tax free sovereign...

St. Regis Mohawk Tribe debuts part of $74M casino expansion (11/16)

The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe of New York debuted part of a $74 million casino expansion. The tribe added 40,000 square-feet to the Akwesasne Mohawk Casino. The project created 50 to 75 jobs, YNN reported....

New leader of Seneca Nation wants new Class III gaming deal (11/14)

The new leader of the Seneca Nation wants to negotiate a new Class III gaming compact with the state of New York. The compact expires in 2016. But the tribe has already suspended revenue sharing...

Column: New York breaks piggybank in Seneca gaming dispute (11/13)

"Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week touted a deal to advance payments from the New York Power Authority to Niagara Falls as the state “stepping up” to provide fiscal stability in the Falls. But it's the...

Oneida Nation breaks ground on $25M gaming expansion project (11/09)

The Oneida Nation of New York broke ground on a $25 million expansion at its casino. The tribe is adding an entertainment venue to the Turning Stone Resort Casino. The "Exit 33" complex will include...

More competition in Northeast with table games in Rhode Island (11/08)

Voters in Rhode Island authorized table games at a slot machine facility, bringing more competition to the growing gaming market in the Northeast. Casino-style facilities are now legal in Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York...

Editorial: State to blame for loss of Seneca gaming revenues (11/06)

"Residents of Niagara Falls are about to take it on the chin – not to mention in the nose, the gut and the wallet – because the state of New York and the Seneca Nation...

Oneida Nation to announce casino expansion project next week (11/02)

The Oneida Nation of New York will be expanding its casino. The Turning Stone Resort Casino hasn't seen a major upgrade since 2007. Details are being kept under wraps but the tribe is promising a...

Seneca Nation gaming board members in fraud investigation (10/30)

Two gaming board members for the Seneca Nation of New York are under investigation for alleged fraud. The audit committee of the Seneca Gaming Corp. initiated the investigation of Cochise RedEye and Jeffrey L. Gill....

Shinnecock Nation votes to remove leaders in gaming dispute (10/25)

Members of the Shinnecock Nation of New York voted to remove four leaders from office who reportedly angered the tribe's gaming partner. The tribe ousted Lance Gumbs and Gordell Wright from the board of trustees...

Interview: Outgoing Seneca Nation president discusses gaming (10/24)

"The Seneca Nation of Indians is proceeding with a plan to build a $130 million casino in downtown Buffalo, even as opposition groups note that the legality of the gambling operation remains under scrutiny in...

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