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Economic Development Is a Priority for George Tiger
George Tiger’s mettle was tested within two months of his election as principal chief of the Muscogee Creek Nation...
NIGC Rules Against Kialegee's Controversial Red Clay Casino
The National Indian Gaming Commission has ruled the Kialegee Tribal Town does not have the right to proceed with their planned Red Clay Casino on a privately owned Indian allotment...
Proposed IGRA Amendment Would 'Sanction' Extortion of Tribes
Gale Courey Toensing
In this June 7, 2010 photo, U.S. Rep. John Sullivan, is pictured in Oklahoma City. (AP Photo/The Oklahoman, David McDaniel) Rep...
NIGC: Broken Arrow Allotment Not Eligible for Gaming
Construction of the controversial Red Clay Casino continues on a privately owned Indian allotment in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, but the property has been deemed not currently eligible...
Who Is Behind Red Clay Casino in Broken Arrow?
The Kialegee Tribal Town is building an off-reservation casino in southern Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, and city and state leaders are raising objections...