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Indian Gaming

3/24/2017

article Sharing Expertise
(California) -- In the 20 years following the 1988 passage of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, the interplay between the tribal and commercial gaming verticals was...
article Casino Lawsuit Continues for Review of Alleged Open Meeting Law Violations
(Massachusetts) -- The Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) dismissed of a large portion of the Mohegan Sun and City of Revere lawsuit brought against the Massachusetts Gaming...
article Work to resume at Wampanoag casino site
(Massachusetts) -- Erosion-control work is set to resume next week on the 170-acre parcel where the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe plans to build its First Light Resort &...
article Mohegan's $80M convention center another challenge for Hartford
(Connecticut) -- The $80 million convention center Mohegan Sun has started building will mean steeper competition for Hartford, officials say.
article Fashion Outlets at Foxwoods, LLC v. GGH Management, LLC (sub req.)
(Connecticut) -- The members of a limited liability company failed to show that they had independent interests in the litigation sufficient to confer standing.
article Did the Seneca Nation just outmaneuver Albany?
(New York) -- The Seneca Nation’s decision this week to stop paying the state more than $100 million a year in casino revenue sharing caught leaders in Albany...
article Does New York Now Need Online Poker? Tribe To Stop $110M Payments After New Casino Openings
(New York) -- Could the state of New York be poised for internet poker? New York lawmakers several years ago approved a plan to allow four new Las Vegas-style commercial...
article Where to build new Oneida Nation casino? County Executive suggests downtown Utica
(New York) -- These are the main issues Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente Jr. spoke about Tuesday afternoon with the Observer-Dispatch Editorial Board. On the...
article Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians Touts Investments
(Michigan) -- The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians says it has invested nearly $92 million into Michiana over the last year. That figure includes $38 million in...
article The Buzz: Owner of Redding Inn wants to buy golf course
(California) -- With Redding Rancheria officials scheduled to meet next week with homeowners who live near soon-to-be-closed River Tasalmi, the nine-hole golf course has...

3/23/2017

article PALERMO: The Birth of Gaming
(California) -- Thirty years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a landmark ruling, in California v. Cabazon Band of Mission Indians. The ruling led to the passage of the...
article House gambling bill gets ok as questions remain
(Florida) -- A key House committee Tuesday approved a gambling measure aimed at creating a new agreement with the Seminole Tribe, though a tribe representative recently...
article Dan Haar: An Option That Might Solve Connecticut's Casino Stalemate
(Connecticut) -- Connecticut faces at best a stalemate in the General Assembly's tortuous casino-expansion caper. But there might be a way out that makes more sense...
article Mohegan Sun Adding $80 Million Convention Center
(Connecticut) -- Mohegan Sun is taking another step to diversify its flagship casino in southeastern Connecticut, building an $80 million expo and convention center.
article Opinion: Snyder effort would hurt Tribe, Mt. Pleasant
(Michigan) -- The Hannahville Indian Community operates the Island Resort & Casino in Harris Township in Menominee County and is one of the eight Indian Tribes who...
article It’s no dice as North Dakota House rejects casino resolution
(North Dakota) -- House lawmakers defeated a resolution opening the door to off-reservation casinos in North Dakota in convincing fashion Thursday.
article Another casino for the Mohawk Valley?
(New York) -- Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente Jr. told the editorial board of the Utica Observer-Dispatch this week that he approached the Oneida Indian Nation...
article Courts Continue Trend of Recognizing Tribal Immunity in Bankruptcy Proceedings
(Delaware) -- HIGHLIGHTS: Section 106(a) of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code provides for abrogation of the sovereign immunity of "governmental units" for purposes of...
article Tribe questions state review of Ho-Chunk expansion
(Wisconsin) -- An American Indian tribe is questioning why Gov. Scott Walker’s administration isn’t applying the same criteria to a northern Wisconsin casino...
article Cowlitz Tribe secures approval to offer liquor as casino debut nears
(Washington) -- All the pieces are falling into place as the Cowlitz Tribe prepares to open a long-awaited casino in Washington. The tribe will be able to offer liquor...
article Artesians and Lucky Dog Casino Extend Partnership
(Washington) -- The Oly Town Artesians are proud to announce that Lucky Dog Casino has extended their partnership with the team for the next two years.
article Calif. County Says DOI Took Liberties With Casino Land Ruling
(California) -- A California county urged the D.C. Circuit on Wednesday to overturn a lower court ruling backing the U.S. Department of the Interior's decision to...

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