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Chief Looking Horse’s Important Message
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Natives Fighting for Voting Equality
Tribe to Develop $1.3M Retail Center
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Voting Requirement Maze This November
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Parks' 100th Anniversary Overcrowding?
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Thing About Skins
Exit 33 $25 Million Extension Officially Inaugurated by Oneida Indian Nation
Out came the scissors, snap went the blades, and the ribbon...
Internet Poker Freedom Act Aims for Federal Regulation
Late July 11, Rep. Joe Barton (R-Texas) introduced...
Gila River's Vee Quiva Hotel & Casino Opens July 2
At Vee Quiva Hotel & Casino, the newest attraction of...
Maine Officials Block Penobscot Bingo Upgrade—Again
Controversy Flares over Role of State-Contracted Company...
The Peacemakers: Inside New York and Oneida's Historic Agreement
In less than a month of intense negotiations, decades of...
Tribal Self-Sufficiency Behind Pokagon and South Bend Agreement
Before the University of Notre Dame became South Bend, Indiana’s most well-known institution, nearly 5 million acres that surround the Golden Dome was all Potawatomi land...
Tribes Left Hanging: 26 Land-Acquired-in-Trust Applications Pending
Twenty-six applications for American Indian gaming on lands acquired in trust, some of them dating back to 2005, remain pending...
Court Rejects Latest Challenge to Tohono O’odham’s Glendale Casino
Sara Weber/Cronkite News
A federal appeals court Tuesday rejected the latest in a long line of challenges to the Tohono O’odham casino that opened in Glendale in December...
California Controls 25 Percent of All Indian Gaming Revenues
California had a hot year in American Indian gaming in 2014, with revenues increasing 4.4 percent to $7.3 billion and the Golden State notching more than a quarter of all sector re...
California Indian Gaming Reaches $7 Billion Again
American Indian gaming in California hit $7 billion again in 2013, according to Casino City Press, the gaming publisher based in Newton, Massachusetts...
Simermeyer in Line for NIGC Appointment
For the past five months, Jonodev Chaudhuri has served as chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission and has been handling the $28.5 billion tribal gaming industry issues by...
‘We Have a Deal!’ BIA Approves Mashpee Wampanoag Casino
Tanya H. Lee
The BIA's September 18 decision to take land into trust for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe for projects including a resort casino has altered the landscape for gaming in Massachusetts...
Instant Horse Racing Machines Illegal; Idaho Supreme Court Rules For Tribes
Instant horse racing machines, which closely resemble slot machines, are now officially illegal in Idaho following a ruling by the Idaho Supreme Court...
Mashpee Chairman Cedric Cromwell: ‘We have Sovereign Land’
Gale Courey Toensing
A reservation proclamation is a beautiful thing...
Sycuan Casino Unveils New Brand for Casino and Patrons
Sycuan Casino in San Diego County has taken an aggressive new approach to gaming by focusing on San Diego businesses, and neighbors...
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