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Tribes continue to share gaming revenues in Oklahoma despite dispute with governor

Tribes continue to share gaming revenues in Oklahoma despite dispute with governor (March 9, 2020)

Tribes in Oklahoma continue to share Class III gaming revenues with the state even though the Republican governor claims their agreements expired on January 1.

Tribes at odds with governor over expansion of gaming in Connecticut

Tribes at odds with governor over expansion of gaming in Connecticut (March 3, 2020)

The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe want to expand gaming in Connecticut but the governor is backing rival legislation that could undermine their rights.

Oklahoma governor won't let Indian ancestry doubts derail gaming dispute

Oklahoma governor won't let Indian ancestry doubts derail gaming dispute (March 2, 2020)

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation but the tribe once tried to remove his ancestors from their rolls.

Pokagon Band shares another $860,000 in gaming revenues in Indiana

Pokagon Band shares another $860,000 in gaming revenues in Indiana (February 19, 2020)

The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians continues a unique arrangement that began under former mayor Pete Buttigieg, who is now a leading Democratic candidate for president.

NCAI stands with tribes in high-profile gaming dispute in Oklahoma

NCAI stands with tribes in high-profile gaming dispute in Oklahoma (February 18, 2020)

The National Congress of American Indians is throwing its weight behind tribes in Oklahoma as they deal with one of the greatest threats to their sovereignty.

Alabama governor wants 'facts' on gaming compact with Poarch Band of Creek Indians

Alabama governor wants 'facts' on gaming compact with Poarch Band of Creek Indians (February 5, 2020)

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey (R) still won't commit to negotiating a Class III gaming compact with the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.

Grand Traverse Band shares gaming revenues with community

Grand Traverse Band shares gaming revenues with community (January 30, 2020)

Since 1994, the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians has shared more than $41 million with local governments, schools and organizations in Michigan.

Republican leader agrees with tribes in gaming compact dispute

Republican leader agrees with tribes in gaming compact dispute (January 29, 2020)

A key Republican lawmaker is siding with tribes in an ongoing Class III gaming compact dispute in Oklahoma.

Kevin Stitt: Tribes must share more gaming revenues with Oklahoma

Kevin Stitt: Tribes must share more gaming revenues with Oklahoma (January 27, 2020)

The Native American governor of Oklahoma took office a year ago. His relationship with tribes hasn't been the greatest.

Oklahoma's gaming fight is about people’s lives

Oklahoma's gaming fight is about people’s lives (January 14, 2020)

According to the U.S. Department of Labor and Statistics, about 1,900 Oklahomans earn their living as Class III gaming dealers.

Tribes sue Oklahoma governor to protect Class III gaming rights

Tribes sue Oklahoma governor to protect Class III gaming rights (January 6, 2020)

The Cherokee Nation, Chickasaw Nation, the Choctaw Nation are suing the Republican governor of Oklahoma as a gaming impasse enters the new year.

John Berrey: Oklahoma governor threatens tribal economies

John Berrey: Oklahoma governor threatens tribal economies (January 1, 2020)

The Oklahoma governor’s actions have begun threatening the stability of tribal gaming, and thereby the revenue bases of tribal governments and the countless gaming industry jobs across the state that provide livelihoods to Oklahomans.

Oklahoma governor stands alone in tribal gaming compact negotiations

Oklahoma governor stands alone in tribal gaming compact negotiations (December 18, 2019)

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R), a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, is growing increasingly isolated as he continues to demand a larger share of gaming revenues from tribes.

Partnerships with Cherokee Nation, tribes are key to Oklahoma's bright future

Partnerships with Cherokee Nation, tribes are key to Oklahoma's bright future (December 16, 2019)

Instead of trying to throw out our successful gaming compacts so the state can increase its revenue on the backs of tribes, our state government and the citizens of Oklahoma would be better served by embracing tribes and their successes.

Oklahoma governor threatens tribes with non-Indian gaming

Oklahoma governor threatens tribes with non-Indian gaming (December 11, 2019)

Gov. Kevin Stitt (R), a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, is threatening to bring non-Indian casinos to Oklahoma if tribes don't agree to his demands.

Deadline approaches in tribal gaming compact dispute in Oklahoma

Deadline approaches in tribal gaming compact dispute in Oklahoma (December 4, 2019)

Do Oklahoma's Class III gaming compacts expire at the end of the month? Tribes might soon find out.

Gun Lake Tribe shares more than $9.5 million in gaming revenues

Gun Lake Tribe shares more than $9.5 million in gaming revenues (December 4, 2019)

The Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians, also known as the Gun Lake Tribe, has shared more than $91 million with Michigan since 2011.

Poarch Band of Creek Indians offers billions of dollars in gaming revenues

Poarch Band of Creek Indians offers billions of dollars in gaming revenues (November 13, 2019)

The Poarch Band of Creek Indians is promising to keep 'Winning for Alabama' with a campaign for a Class III gaming compact.

Seneca Nation on the hook for $256 million in gaming payments

Seneca Nation on the hook for $256 million in gaming payments (November 12, 2019)

It looks like the Seneca Nation will have to fork over $256 million in gaming revenues to the state of New York.

Tribes and state of Oklahoma remain far apart when it comes to gaming

Tribes and state of Oklahoma remain far apart when it comes to gaming (October 29, 2019)

Tribes have already shared over $1.2 billion in gaming revenues with Oklahoma but the state wants a lot more.

Oklahoma turns to private law firm for help with tribal gaming compacts

Oklahoma turns to private law firm for help with tribal gaming compacts (September 16, 2019)

The state of Oklahoma is relying on outside legal expertise as it seeks to negotiate new Class III gaming compacts with tribes despite major disagreements about the upcoming talks.

Pokagon Band in early stages of Class III gaming compact talks in Indiana

Pokagon Band in early stages of Class III gaming compact talks in Indiana (September 9, 2019)

The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians is set to make history again by entering into a Class III gaming compact in Indiana.

Editorial: Oklahoma governor right to demand more revenues from tribes

Editorial: Oklahoma governor right to demand more revenues from tribes (September 3, 2019)

Should tribes share more of their gaming revenues with the state of Oklahoma? One newspaper says yes.

Keweenaw Bay Indian Community invests nearly $50 million in gaming projects

Keweenaw Bay Indian Community invests nearly $50 million in gaming projects (August 26, 2019)

The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community is on track to complete an expansion of its flagship casino after unveiling upgrades at another facility.

Senate panel moves quickly on Trump nominee for National Indian Gaming Commission

Senate panel moves quickly on Trump nominee for National Indian Gaming Commission (July 29, 2019)

Sequoyah Simermeyer is well on his way to becoming the first Republican-chosen leader of the National Indian Gaming Commission in more than a decade.

Bill John Baker: Tribal governments ensure Oklahoma’s success

Bill John Baker: Tribal governments ensure Oklahoma’s success (July 25, 2019)

Decades before statehood, tribes built Oklahoma’s first modern infrastructure and institutions.

Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Tribune: Battle brews over gaming compacts

Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Tribune: Battle brews over gaming compacts (July 15, 2019)

Tribes have already shared more than $1.2 billion in gaming revenues with the state of Oklahoma and the new governor wants more.

Kimberly Teehee: The strength of Oklahoma lies in its people

Kimberly Teehee: The strength of Oklahoma lies in its people (July 11, 2019)

Oklahoma tribes have enjoyed a cooperative relationship with the state of Oklahoma for 15 years, and our gaming compact continues to be beneficial for all Oklahomans.

Saginaw Chippewa Tribe shares $2.91 million in gaming revenues with community

Saginaw Chippewa Tribe shares $2.91 million in gaming revenues with community (June 10, 2019)

The Saginaw Chippewa Tribe distributed $2.91 million to governmental and educational programs in three counties in Michigan.

Seneca Nation challenges $256 million gaming award after appeal to Trump falters

Seneca Nation challenges $256 million gaming award after appeal to Trump falters (June 10, 2019)

After sharing $1.4 billion in gaming revenues with the state of New York, the Seneca Nation is saying no more.

Gun Lake Tribe shares another $8.2 million in gaming revenues in Michigan

Gun Lake Tribe shares another $8.2 million in gaming revenues in Michigan (June 4, 2019)

Gaming continues to be good business for the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians and its neighbors in Michigan.

Nottawaseppi Huron Band prepares for casino milestone with new hotel tower

Nottawaseppi Huron Band prepares for casino milestone with new hotel tower (June 3, 2019)

Gaming continues to be good business for the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi.

Seminole Tribe suspends revenue sharing payments with state of Florida

Seminole Tribe suspends revenue sharing payments with state of Florida (May 16, 2019)

After receiving $1.8 billion from the Seminole Tribe, the gravy train is over for the state of Florida.

Non-Indian firm keeps gaming license despite sexual misconduct scandal

Non-Indian firm keeps gaming license despite sexual misconduct scandal (April 30, 2019)

Billionaire mogul Steve Wynn trashed tribes in bidding for a casino license in Massachusetts. His legacy lives on.

Seminole Tribe seeks sports betting as part of compact negotiations

Seminole Tribe seeks sports betting as part of compact negotiations (April 23, 2019)

Details are trickling out as the Seminole Tribe engages in Class III gaming compact negotiations in Florida.

Seneca Nation seeks federal review after losing $256 million arbitration ruling

Seneca Nation seeks federal review after losing $256 million arbitration ruling (April 22, 2019)

With hundreds of millions of dollars on the table, the Seneca Nation wants the Trump administration to review its gaming compact.

Seminole Tribe said to be in talks to update Class III gaming compact

Seminole Tribe said to be in talks to update Class III gaming compact (April 9, 2019)

The Seminole Tribe has shared nearly $1.8 billion with the state of Florida since entering into a compact nearly a decade ago.

Sports betting moves slowly amid concerns from tribes in several states

Sports betting moves slowly amid concerns from tribes in several states (April 9, 2019)

A landmark Supreme Court decision opened the door for states to offer sports betting but only a handful have done so amid concerns in Indian Country.

Tribes win decision over millions of dollars in revenues demanded by New Mexico

Tribes win decision over millions of dollars in revenues demanded by New Mexico (April 2, 2019)

A federal judge has sided with six tribes in a dispute over more than $60 million in gaming revenues in New Mexico.

Lawmakers in New York consider yet another expansion of non-Indian gaming

Lawmakers in New York consider yet another expansion of non-Indian gaming (March 20, 2019)

Non-Indian developers are waving big dollar signs in front of lawmakers in New York.

Pueblo of Pojoaque becomes second in New Mexico with sports betting operation

Pueblo of Pojoaque becomes second in New Mexico with sports betting operation (March 18, 2019)

The Thunder Race & Sportsbook is the 'best place to wager on the big game and the track,' according to Pojoaque Pueblo.

Seminole Tribe continues to share gaming revenues with Florida

Seminole Tribe continues to share gaming revenues with Florida (February 21, 2019)

Since 2010, the Seminole Tribe has shared nearly $1.8 billion with the state of Florida.

Cronkite News: Betting on your favorite teams still on hold in Arizona

Cronkite News: Betting on your favorite teams still on hold in Arizona (February 20, 2019)

Ten months after the U.S. Supreme Court cleared a path for states to allow gambling on sporting events, a movement is underway to allow Arizonans to wager on their favorite teams.

Cronkite News: Debate on sports betting bill delayed in Arizona

Cronkite News: Debate on sports betting bill delayed in Arizona (February 11, 2019)

Sports betting might be coming soon to Arizona but the wait will be a little longer than expected.

Bill in Arizona restricts sports betting to tribal gaming facilities

Bill in Arizona restricts sports betting to tribal gaming facilities (January 24, 2019)

Are Republicans in Arizona setting the groundwork to extract more gaming revenues from tribes?

Tribes prepare for state of Arizona to demand more gaming revenues

Tribes prepare for state of Arizona to demand more gaming revenues (January 17, 2019)

Tribes have already shared more than $1.45 billion with the state of Arizona. The state wants more.

Pokagon Band shares $1.56 million with hosts of casino in Indiana

Pokagon Band shares $1.56 million with hosts of casino in Indiana (January 17, 2019)

The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians is helping the community as it celebrates a gaming milestone.

Seneca Nation told to continue sharing gaming revenues with New York

Seneca Nation told to continue sharing gaming revenues with New York (January 8, 2019)

The Seneca Nation has lost an arbitration proceeding with the state of New York.

Keweenaw Bay Indian Community shares $1.48 million in gaming revenues

Keweenaw Bay Indian Community shares $1.48 million in gaming revenues (December 11, 2018)

The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community is sharing its good fortune with communities in Michigan.

Gun Lake Tribe shares shares $9 million with communities in Michigan

Gun Lake Tribe shares shares $9 million with communities in Michigan (December 5, 2018)

Gaming continues to be good business for the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians and its neighbors.