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Connecticut Gaming

article CT committee passes buck on competing casino bills
(Connecticut) -- One bill would give Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes the exclusive right to open a casino off tribal land in East Windsor. The tribes...
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Gun Lake

article OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Tribes invest in economic diversification via M&A, real estate deals
(Michigan) -- Across West Michigan, Native American tribes have started to hang out their own shingle in enterprises that move them away from the familiar tribal-owned...
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Jamul Casino

article Jamul Indian Village to deliver new fire trucks to County Fire Authority, Improve regional fire safety
(California) -- Leading up to what could be a busy fire season in San Diego County, the Jamul Indian Village will officially hand over the keys and deliver a new $1...
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Mohegan Sun

article Charter Oak opens a new branch to serve Mohegan Sun employees [4th item]
(Connecticut) -- Charter Oak Federal Credit Union has opened its newest full-service branch at Mohegan Sun and will also offer employees a new network of ATM machines at...
article Raymond woman wins $1M jackpot at Conn. casino
(Connecticut) -- A Raymond woman won more than $1 million last weekend at Mohegan Sun casino in Connecticut. Alison Anzalone hit a Super 4 Progressive Jackpot for $1,001...
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3/17/2017

article North Dakota casino resolution tossed back to House committee
(North Dakota) -- A proposal to allow up to six casinos in North Dakota suffered a setback after the resolution was sent back to a House committee on Thursday. The House...
article Connecticut discuses tribal casinos
(Connecticut) -- The expansion of casino gambling in Connecticut is moving forward as the General Assembly’s Public Safety Committee took steps Wednesday on two...
article Charter Oak opens branch at Mohegan Sun
(Connecticut) -- Charter Oak Federal Credit Union announced it has opened a full-service branch at Mohegan Sun to serve its growing membership there, and will also offer...
article Trump administration given more time for appeal in tribal gaming case
(Massachusetts) -- The new Trump administration has been given more time to consider an appeal in a closely-watched tribal gaming case. Last summer, a federal judge...
article Casino Foes Ask Justices To Sink DOI Cowlitz Tribe Ruling [sub req]
(Washington) -- Opponents of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe’s proposed casino have urged the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a D.C. Circuit decision upholding the U.S....
article ResortWear looks set to win its David vs. Goliath legal battle with Seminole Tribe
(Florida) -- The ground beneath them was shaking and the walls around them were coming down, and the owners of a small store at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino...
article Emmett gets $323,000 in first round of casino payouts
(Michigan) -- Emmett Township will receive funding in advance to pay for sewer work, but its request for casino money was drastically reduced Friday.
article North Dakota “Historic Racing” Machine Bill Poses Threat to State’s Charitable Gambling Industry
(North Dakota) -- North Dakota’s plans to expand gambling by creating up to six state-owned casinos have been grabbing the headlines in the local news, because of...
article Online Poker Laws: The Lay Of the Land
(USA) -- Let’s cut to the chase. The sad truth is that the majority of US poker players are still unable to play the beautiful game for real money. However, many...
article Tribal gaming veteran and Pokagon member Denise Martin talks starting her marketing and consulting business, Painted Ponies
(Michigan) -- Denise Martin, a proud Pokagon Potawatomi, spearheads major events, books top entertainment, secures covetable promotional products, and offers marketing...

3/16/2017

article Rocky Boy shutting down some services due to lawsuit
(Montana) -- The Chippewa Cree Tribe announced Tuesday it will be holding back assistance payments and scaling back the tribe's workforce on Rocky Boy's Indian...
article Casino Bill Moves Forward, But Still Faces Opposition
(Connecticut) -- A controversial bill to allow a third casino in Connecticut was approved by a key legislative committee today. The bill received reluctant approval in...
article Ganim takes ‘wait and see’ tack on Bridgeport casino
(Connecticut) -- When it comes to renewed efforts by some to build a casino in his city, Mayor Joe Ganim sounds like a gambling addict who recognizes he has a problem,...
article Casino resolution sent back to North Dakota House committee
(North Dakota) -- Controversial legislation opening the door to state-owned casinos in North Dakota was sent back to a House committee Thursday. House Concurrent...
article Tribal Sovereign Immunity Defeats Bankruptcy Jurisdiction
(USA) -- Jurisdictional issues under the Bankruptcy Code can often ­create a procedural morass for even the most seasoned practitioner. When tribal ­sovereign...
article Judge Delays Opening Of Appeal On Tribal Land In Trust
(Massachusetts) -- A judge with the US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit agreed to push back the beginning stages of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe’s appeal in a...
article Developing on tribal land: benefits and challenges developers face
(Arizona) -- Recently, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community has been garnering a lot of development buzz. While developing on tribal lands can be a complex...
article Luther joins D.C. trip to meet with local legislators
(Wisconsin) -- As this year’s congressional session begins to review major policy reform packages, a group of Beloit and Janesville officials traveled to...
article COLUMN: Another ND gambling bill flies under the radar
(North Dakota) -- North Dakota’s Legislature is doing its best to expand gambling and, possibly, punch the state’s charitable gaming in the gut. We hope the...
article Golf dome close at Turning Stone after Stella snow damage
(New York) -- Golfers looking to shake the rust off their swings locally are down an indoor practice spot thanks to Winter Storm Stella. The Golf Dome and Sports Complex...
article County supervisors sought more than $275,000 in charitable gifts
(California) -- Five San Diego County supervisors solicited more than $275,000 in contributions from utilities, casino operators and other high-profile donors in recent...
article Possible human remains discovered at Chukchansi Crossing site
(California) -- Some construction work on Chukchansi Crossing, a future fueling station in Coarsegold owned by the Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians, was halted...

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