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Washington couple admits to fraud as they gambled millions at casino
Public Relations
Washington couple admits to fraud as they gambled millions at casino (July 10, 2017)
While a husband scammed investors out of millions of dollars, his wife was gambling the money at a casino owned by the Puyallup Tribe in Washington.

Tlingit and Haida Tribes win federal approval of gaming ordinance
NIGC
Tlingit and Haida Tribes win federal approval of gaming ordinance (August 26, 2016)
President Richard Peterson said Class III gaming is not on the table after an independent journalist speculated about the prospects.

NIGC proposes to classify one-touch bingo as Class II game
NIGC | Regulation
NIGC proposes to classify one-touch bingo as Class II game (June 21, 2013)
The National Indian Gaming Commission is proposing to classify one-touch bingo as a Class II game, according to a forthcoming Federal Register notice. The Bush administration in June 2008 rejected a gaming ordinance submitted by the Metlakatla Indian Community of...

Cloverdale Rancheria insists casino on track amid land issue
Business Deals | California | Casino Stalker
Cloverdale Rancheria insists casino on track amid land issue (May 21, 2010)
The Cloverdale Rancheria of Pomo Indians says it is still working with Sealaska on a casino project even though the Alaska Native corporation has defaulted on a land deal. A Sealaska subsidiary agreed to pay $8.2 million for the...

Alaska Native backed casino in Las Vegas to shutter
Business Deals | Openings & Closings
Alaska Native backed casino in Las Vegas to shutter (February 17, 2010)
Casino Monte Lago, a Las Vegas, Nevada, resort that was originally owned by an Alaska Native regional corporation, will close its doors on March 14. Cook Inlet Region Inc opened the facility in 2003 but it quickly began to...

Alaska tribe withdraws appeal of Class II issue
NIGC
Alaska tribe withdraws appeal of Class II issue (August 21, 2008)
An Alaska tribe has withdrawn its appeal of a National Indian Gaming Commission decision that affects the Class II industry. The Metlakatla Indian Community asked the NIGC to review a decision by Chairman Phil Hogen that addressed the legality of...

Alaska Native village to resubmit Class II request
NIGC
Alaska Native village to resubmit Class II request (July 6, 2007)
The Alaska Native village of Eklutna plans to resubmit its request to conduct Class II gaming on its lands. In April, the village asked the National Indian Gaming Commission to approve a gaming ordinance and to determine that 8.5 acres...

Editorial: GOP wrong to attack Alaska Native status
Opinion
Editorial: GOP wrong to attack Alaska Native status (May 21, 2007)
"In fighting the Eklutna Natives' Indian gambling proposal, House Speaker John Harris and Sen. President Lyda Green have reopened an old wound. They are using Eklutna's gambling application to question the federal government's long-standing decision to recognize tribes in Alaska....

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