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TWO BIG LOBBYING SPENDERS RESOLVE A QUARREL: For years, a pair of Arizona tribes, the Gila River Indian Community and the Tohono O’odham Nation, have had two of the largest lobbying contracts in Washington.

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5/22/2017

article Arizona lottery change could mean more money for foster child advocates
(Arizona) -- Lottery players aren't the only ones who could win more this fall when the Mega Millions game changes. The ticket price will double, from $1 to $2, and...

5/18/2017

article American Bankers Association, Ford, LinkedIn, Boeing hire new lobbyists [2nd Item]
(Washington D.C.) -- TWO BIG LOBBYING SPENDERS RESOLVE A QUARREL: For years, a pair of Arizona tribes, the Gila River Indian Community and the Tohono O’odham...

5/17/2017

article Our Turn: The real Turf Paradise issue isn't a brotherly feud
(Arizona) -- Rather than focus on how Turf Paradise has been able to survive as an Arizona institution for 61 years despite the incredible challenges we’ll...

5/9/2017

article Arizona Tribal Casino Gambling Revenue Up By 4.2 Percent
(Arizona) -- The Arizona Department of Gaming says contributions to the state from tribal gambling revenue will be about $25 million for the quarter that ended on March...

5/4/2017

article Casino Del Sol earns prestigious rating by AAA 6th year running
(Arizona) -- The AAA Four Diamond Rating is provided only to venues that offer the very best for their customers. Fewer than 6% of the nearly 28,000 AAA approved hotels...
article Tucson’s Casino Del Sol maintains top AAA rating
(Arizona) -- Tucson’s Pascua Yaqui Tribe-owned Casino Del Sol recently received its sixth consecutive Four Diamond Rating from AAA in a nod to its service, style...

2/23/2017

article Yavapai-Apache Nation distributes Prop 202 Arizona Indian Gaming funds to Jerome, Clarkdale, Camp Verde
(Arizona) -- Yavapai-Apache Nation executive officers Chairwoman Jane Russell-Winiecki, Vice Chairman Larry Jackson, Sr. and council members Rachel Hood, Siera Russell...

2/20/2017

article Arizona gambling bill advances after a few changes
(Arizona) -- Senate Bill 1312 was introduced by Arizona State Senator Sonny Borrelli to allow for the legalization of gambling in bars and clubs. The legislation was...
article Arizona promotes legislation of keno sector
(Arizona) -- Arizona legislators have eliminated the bingo sector off the gaming Senate Bill 1312 that intends to legalise gambling in local bars and clubs. However,...

2/17/2017

article Arizona bar and club gambling proposal advances - but only for keno
(Arizona) -- A legislative effort to legalize gambling in bars and clubs is advancing, despite warnings from the American Indian tribes that it violates their gaming...

2/10/2017

article Bill: Allow gambling at Arizona bars, fund full-day kindergarten
(Arizona) -- An Arizona lawmaker says he has a solution to Arizona's education money woes: more gambling. Sen. Sonny Borrelli, R-Lake Havasu, has proposed...

2/6/2017

article Bernadine Burnette elected chairperson of Arizona Indian Gaming Association
(Arizona) -- Bernadine Burnette, president of the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, was elected as Chairperson of the Arizona Indian Gaming Association at the organization...
article Our View: Tribal casinos shouldn’t be only game in town
(Arizona) -- So how long do indigenous tribes get to have a de facto monopoly in Arizona? For casino gaming, the answer is, “As long as they so desire.” The...

2/5/2017

article Casino Del Sol recognized on Best Hotels list
(Arizona) -- For the second consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report, a nationally recognized publisher of consumer advice and information, included Casino Del Sol...

2/3/2017

article Contention developing over bill to legalize electronic bingo in Arizona
(Arizona) -- In Arizona some contention has developed over State Sen. Sonny Borrelli’s bill to legalize electronic bingo, reports the News-Herald via its...
press release Casino Del Sol Named One of Arizona's Best Hotels by U.S. News & World Report
(Arizona) -- For the second consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report, a nationally recognized publisher of consumer advice and information, included Casino Del Sol...

1/31/2017

article Arizona Gaming Commission fears consequences of Sonny Borrelli’s bingo bill
(Arizona) -- State Sen. Sonny Borrelli’s bill to legalize electronic bingo is approaching the Legislature this executive session, a move which has left concerns...

1/8/2017

article Legal Gambling in Arizona Has Undergone Dramatic Changes
(Arizona) -- Arizona is among the most prohibitive states in America toward gambling. Yet, since Congress passed the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act in 1988, casino...

1/6/2017

article Tribal Gaming 2016 Year in Review
(Arizona) -- Dear Friends of Tribal Gaming, Tribal Gaming saw a number of challenges, changes and wins in 2016. We look back on 2016 through images that celebrate the...

1/5/2017

article NCLGS Gaming Conference Commences Tomorrow in Arizona
(Arizona) -- The NCLGS gaming conference holds its annual winter meeting this week in Scottsdale, Arizona, a rather strange host location considering the numerous state...

1/4/2017

article Legal gambling in Arizona has undergone dramatic changes
(Arizona) -- Arizona is among the most prohibitive states in America toward gambling. Yet, since Congress passed the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act in 1988, casino...

1/3/2017

article Indian gaming compacts panel set for Jan. 7 in Scottsdale
(Arizona) -- Tribal gaming compacts and case studies will be under the microscope in a Jan. 7 panel discussion led by Steve Hart of Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie during...

12/29/2016

article Group of mayors voice support for Ducey’s Indian casino push
(Arizona) -- Several mayors are backing Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s efforts to craft a new deal with Native American tribes to restrict new casinos in the Phoenix...

12/19/2016

press release Pascua Yaqui Tribe Welcomes Arizona Governor Ducey's Commitment To Improving The Arizona-Tribal Gaming Compact
(Arizona) -- On Nov. 21, Governor Doug Ducey and several Arizona Indian Tribes signed agreements to begin the process of renegotiating gaming compacts approved by...

12/18/2016

article Second Lake Havasu casino construction in full swing
(Arizona) -- After starting construction on a second casino in the Lake Havasu area, the Chemehuevi Tribal Council has announced that the venue should be done by April...

12/17/2016

article Construction in progress for new casino
(Arizona) -- The construction of a second, long-awaited casino across from Lake Havasu City is underway. The Chemehuevi Tribal Council began construction of a second...

12/6/2016

article Arizona Tribes and State Come Together on Gaming Compact
(Arizona) -- Eight Arizona tribes – including the Navajo Nation – have signed an initial agreement with the state to amend the current gaming compact. In...

12/3/2016

article Indian gaming compact receives amendments
(Arizona) -- Governor Doug Ducey joined nine tribal leaders on Monday, Nov. 21, to affirm amendments to the Indian gaming compact, building a connection among the tribes...
article Tohono O'odham Nation Against Proposal By Gov. Ducey Over Future Of Glendale Casino
(Arizona) -- Officials of the Tohono O'odham Nation may be leaning against a proposal by Gov. Doug Ducey to bring expanded gambling to its casino in Glendale.

12/1/2016

article Tohono O'odham say proposed casino deal not likely acceptable to tribe
(Arizona) -- Attorneys and officials of the Tohono O’odham Nation are throwing cold water on the deal proposed by Gov. Doug Ducey over the future of a Glendale...
article Arizona Governor, Tribes Sign Updated Gaming Compact
(Arizona) -- Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and representatives of nine out of 17 Arizona tribes renegotiated the state’s gaming compacts in Phoenix last week. The...
article Indian gaming compact receives amendments
(Arizona) -- Governor Doug Ducey joined nine tribal leaders on Monday, Nov. 21, to affirm amendments to the Indian gaming compact, building a connection among the tribes...

11/30/2016

article Tribes sign gaming compact amendment
(Arizona) -- Nov. 21, the Gila River Indian Community and Salt River Indian Community were sitting at a table on the third floor of the Arizona Capitol Museum when a...

11/29/2016

article Governor, tribes sign amended gaming compact
(Arizona) -- Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and nine tribal leaders from around the state gathered in Phoenix last week to renegotiate the state’s gaming compacts. The...

11/27/2016

article Ducey, tribal leaders affirm native gaming agreement amendments
(Arizona) -- Gov. Doug Ducey and nine tribal leaders met to affirm amendments to the Indian gaming compact and solidify a promise made 15 years ago.

11/23/2016

article Ducey reaches deal with tribes to limit gaming to existing reservations
(Arizona) -- Gov. Doug Ducey agreed Monday to allow full-scale gambling at the Tohono O’odham casino in Glendale in exchange for a promise the tribe won’t...

11/22/2016

article Arizona limits casino expansion but improves revenue generation in new tribal compact
(Arizona) -- The state of Arizona will not be building any new casinos for the foreseeable future after State Governor Doug Ducey and 10 Indian tribal nations agreed on...
article What's Next For Tribal Casinos, And Will Another One Be Built In Valley?
(Arizona) -- Arizona may be on the cusp of changes to the 2002 Gaming Compact with Native American tribes. To learn more about what’s next and whether another...

11/21/2016

article Ducey, some tribes look to rework gambling deal, limit Phoenix casinos
(Arizona) -- Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and the leaders of several Native American tribes want to rework state gaming compacts that regulate Indian casinos in the state. A...
article Gov. Doug Ducey offers to OK Glendale tribal casino
(Arizona) -- Gov. Doug Ducey is offering to remove restrictions on a southern Arizona tribe's casino in the Phoenix suburb of Glendale as part of deal with 10 other...
article Gov. Doug Ducey strikes deal to reopen Arizona tribal gaming compacts
(Arizona) -- Gov. Doug Ducey is set to announce an agreement with 10 Arizona Indian tribes that is expected to lead to renegotiating gaming compacts approved by voters...
article Gov. Ducey announces new deal with tribal casinos
(Arizona) -- Gov. Doug Ducey announced a deal on Monday that allows an Arizona tribe to move forward on a controversial Glendale casino while stopping any more from...
press release Governor Ducey Signs Amended Tribal Gaming Compact
(Arizona) -- Governor Doug Ducey joined 9 tribal leaders Monday afternoon to affirm amendments to the Indian gaming compact, building a connection among the tribes of...
article Native American nations, Arizona sign new gaming compact
(Arizona) -- Eight Arizona tribal leaders and Gov. Doug Ducey on Monday signed an agreement regarding a 14-year-old gaming compact. The new agreement allows Native...
article Tohono O'odham Nation Concerned About Lack of Communication On Gaming Compact
(Arizona) -- Arizona wants to clear the way for a controversial casino near Glendale to offer La Vegas-style gambling, but the tribe that owns the casino says it has so...
press release Governor Ducey Introduces New Tribal – State Gaming Compacts in Signing Ceremony
(Arizona) -- The Arizona Indian Gaming Association (AIGA), on behalf of its 15 Member Tribes, is aware of Governor Doug Ducey’s initiative to begin new gaming...

10/17/2016

press release Gaming Laboratories International (GLI®) Brings Tribal Expertise to AIGA 2016
(Arizona) -- Gaming Laboratories International (GLI®) has been a supporter of tribal gaming since its inception, and now the company is bringing its expertise to the...

9/13/2016

article One of Scottsdale's Highest Rated Hotels, We-Ko-Pa Wins Another Award
(Arizona) -- Three months after receiving the Trip Advisor 2016 Certificate of Excellence, the We-Ko-Pa Resort & Conference Center has added another significant...

8/4/2016

article Tribal gambling down again in Arizona
(Arizona) -- Tribal gambling revenues in Arizona have fallen for the second consecutive quarter, according to figures released by the US state’s Department of...

7/5/2016

article Beyond Casinos: How Arizona Tribes Are Cashing In
(Arizona) -- From sports teams to car dealerships, Indian gaming is helping tribes across Arizona expand their economic muscle. Currently, 16 tribes operate 23 casinos...

7/3/2016

article Casino Del Sol Resort and Casino celebrating 22nd anniversary
(Arizona) -- The Casino Del Sol Resort is currently celebrating their 22nd anniversary as the 4th of July weekend rolls around. The Tucson, Arizona gambling facility...

7/2/2016

article Beyond Tribal Gaming: How business enterprises developed by Indian communities are contributing to Arizona's economy
(Arizona) -- Doing business with Native American tribes centers around building trust, realizing their motivations are different than other enterprises and understanding...
article Beyond Tribal Gaming: Arizona tribes pushing economic impact into sports deals, technology
(Arizona) -- Arizona’s Indian communities increasingly are contributing to the state’s overall economy, not just with casinos, but also with naming rights to...

7/1/2016

article Casino Del Sol kicks off 22nd anniversary celebration this weekend
(Arizona) -- With Fourth of July weekend here, a proud Tucson institution will also be celebrating its 22nd anniversary. Casino Del Sol Resort and Casino opened its...

5/15/2016

article Arizona Indian Gaming Association supports Proposition 123
(Arizona) -- Leaders at the Arizona Indian Gaming Association (AIGA) recently spoke for all of its 15 Tribe members to show its support for Proposition 123, the Arizona...

5/13/2016

press release Arizona Indian Gaming Association Backs The Arizona Education Finance Amendment, Proposition 123
(Arizona) -- The Arizona Indian Gaming Association (AIGA), on behalf of its 15 member Tribes, declared its support of the Arizona Education Finance Amendment, known as...

5/6/2016

article Live racing at Tucson Greyhound Park could come to end if Arizona lawmakers pass bill
(Arizona) -- Tucson Greyhound Park has had live racing since 1944 and is the only Greyhound racing track that is still operating west of the Rocky Mountains. But that...

5/3/2016

article Tribal casino gambling revenue down in AZ; battle over West Valley Casino ongoing
(Arizona) -- For the quarter that ended March 31, contributions from tribal gaming revenue to the state will be an approximate $23.9 million, according to the Arizona...

5/2/2016

article Arizona tribal casino gambling revenue down by 5.1 percent
(Arizona) -- The Arizona Department of Gaming says contributions to the state from tribal gambling revenue will be about $23.9 million for the quarter that ended on...
article Tribal gaming revenue dips after 6 quarters of growth
(Arizona) -- After six quarters of continuous growth, tribal gaming revenue in Arizona dipped. The latest quarter, which ended on March 31, showed that tribal casino...

4/17/2016

article The New Yavapai Economy: Economic Contributions of American Indian Tribes
(Arizona) -- American Indian Tribes have a long history of entrepreneurship, creating robust economies with dynamic trade routes that spanned regions throughout the...

4/7/2016

article Panel OKs end of dog racing in Arizona
(Arizona) -- State legislators are moving to finally end dog racing in Arizona, a practice one lawmaker called “one step above dog fighting.” Legislation...

3/16/2016

article Arizona Tribal Owned Casinos Bet on the Millennial Market
(Arizona) -- By far the hardest market to predict the trends of are the millennials, as no businessman really understands how they work.
article Can Casinos Hit The Jackpot With Millennials While Keeping Baby Boomers Happy?
(Arizona) -- As Baby Boomers age, the gaming industry is trying to attract more millennials. It’s a topic that attracted a lot of interest at the National Indian...
article Report: Arizona casino revenues grew for fourth year, mirroring nation
(Arizona) -- Revenues from Arizona casinos inched up to $1.82 billion in 2014 for a fourth straight year of growth, both trends that mirrored tribal casinos nationwide,...

3/5/2016

article Feeling lucky: Arizona casinos grow in revenue for fourth year in a row
(Arizona) -- Casinos in Arizona have seen a growth in revenue for the fourth year in a row, according to the Phoenix Business Journal. Arizona casinos made $1.82 billion...

3/2/2016

article Arizona Indian gaming revenue supports state programs
(Arizona) -- For the sixth consecutive quarter, the Arizona Department of Gaming has announced an increase in tribal contributions. The quarter ended Dec. 31, 2015 with...

2/21/2016

article Arizona tribe restarts site work on possible casino near Prescott
(Arizona) -- Nearly two years after talk of the project first surfaced, news of the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe’s new casino and resort in the Prescott, Arizona area...

2/5/2016

article Arizona tribal casino gambling revenue up by 6.9 percent
(Arizona) -- The Arizona Department of Gaming says contributions to the state from tribal gambling revenue will be about $15 million for the quarter that ended on Dec....

1/1/2016

article Tribes' economic impact widely felt
(Arizona) -- A recent study released by the Arizona Indian Gaming Association shows that tribal gaming helps place tribal nations in the top ranks for employers in the...

11/15/2015

article Malnar vows to listen, work for fiscal improvement, fairer taxes
(Arizona) -- Ray Malnar campaigned for City Council largely on the theme that he would listen, be more responsive than his opponent to the wishes of constituents...
article Tribal Lobbying Is Booming After Abramoff Scandal
(Arizona) -- The Gila River Indian Community, an Arizona tribe that operates casinos near Phoenix wants to stop another tribe from opening a rival enterprise. So Gila...

11/12/2015

article Some Az tribal casinos put bets on risky demographic: Millennials
(Arizona) -- Philip Smith remembers the sights, sounds and smells of the last time he went gambling. “I was with my brother, and we were having a great time...

11/9/2015

article Quarterly Tribal Gaming contributions continue to rise
(Arizona) -- People are “contributing” to Arizona’s Indian casinos and are increasing revenues for tribes and the state. In a press release the Arizona...

11/7/2015

article Arizona Tribal Land Protected by Federal Law
(California) -- An Arizona law that could block a Native American tribe's trust application for replacement reservation land is preempted by federal law, the Ninth...

11/6/2015

article Arizona Tribal Casino Gaming Revenue Up By 6.4 Percent
(Arizona) -- The Arizona Department of Gaming says contributions to the state from tribal gambling revenue will be about $25.6 million for the quarter that ended on Sept...

10/18/2015

article Feds target casino money laundering
(Arizona) -- The river of cash flowing through casinos can attract drug traffickers looking to launder their profits, but authorities in southern Arizona and across the...

10/14/2015

press release Tribal Gaming Has Widespread Impact On Arizona Jobs, Education, According To Newly Released Study
(Arizona) -- The Arizona Indian Gaming Association (AIGA) today unveiled a groundbreaking economic impact study that provides a comprehensive look at the widespread...

10/8/2015

article How tribal gaming impacts the Arizona economy
(Arizona) -- While casino revenues in Arizona are still below their pre-recession peak, they are on the rise again. And projects and developments begun over the course...

10/7/2015

article Arizona tribes expand brands, business reach
(Arizona) -- It's official. The Talking Stick Resort Arena is now the home of the Phoenix Suns. The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community secured the naming...
article Tribal communities look to expand brand
(Arizona) -- Arizona's 22 tribal owned casinos brought in more than $1.8 billion in 2012, and like any good business, the tribes that are doing well are looking...

9/23/2015

press release Arizona Tribes Launch Commercial Campaign
(Arizona) -- On Monday, September 14th, the Arizona Indian Gaming Association released a new thirty second television spot highlighting the many benefits of Tribal...

8/2/2015

article Arizona’s Q2 tribal gaming revenue increases, contributes $25.8 million to state’s operating costs
(Arizona) -- For the fourth consecutive quarter, Arizona’s tribal gaming revenue, received from fifteen tribes operating twenty-three casinos, has increased over the...

7/12/2015

article Arizona has active role in casino oversight, report says
(Arizona) -- Arizona is one of only seven states that take an active regulatory role in Indian gaming and oversight, according to a General Accountability Office report...

5/28/2015

article MORLOCK: $8.5 billion in gaming later, how are tribes doing?
(Arizona) -- Ned Norris, Jr., isn't the tribal chairman of the Tohono O'odham Nation anymore and it happened this week. What's that? First you heard of it?

5/3/2015

article Arizona tribal casino gaming revenue up by 4.7 percent
(Arizona) -- The Arizona Department of Gaming says contributions to the state from tribal gambling revenue will be about $25.2 million for the quarter that ended on...

4/5/2015

article Virtual university plans to open doors in Chino Valley
(Arizona) -- An online university planning to open with headquarters in Chino Valley is expected to pass tribal grant funds through the town coffers after town officials...

3/31/2015

article Q & A: Arizona Indian Gaming
(Arizona) -- The US Congress enacted the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act in 1988, which established basic federal regulations and enforcement responsibilities for Indian...

3/30/2015

article Q & A: Arizona Indian Gaming
(Arizona) -- The US Congress enacted the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act in 1988, which established basic federal regulations and enforcement responsibilities for Indian...

2/5/2015

article Beauty Meets Obama; Talks Past Achievements and Future Goals
(Arizona) -- When Thomas Beauty attended President Obama’s 6th Annual White House Tribal Nations Conference in Washington, D.C. in early December, he wore three...

2/2/2015

article Increased Indian gaming revenue supports Arizona programs
(Arizona) -- Arizona Department of Gaming has encouraging news for tribal contributions. Tribal contributions to the state from gaming revenue will be approximately $14....

1/24/2015

article Group names WMAT's Shasta Dazen to People of Influence list
(Arizona) -- Miss Indian Arizona Shasta Dazen, a member of the White Mountain Apache Tribe and the former Miss White Mountain Apache, ha been named as one of the “...

12/30/2014

article Casino gambling making big bucks in Arizona
(Arizona) -- Casinos in Arizona are starting to regain some of the business lost during the recession, but the recovery process has been slow and numbers are still far...

12/13/2014

article Pascua Yaqui Tribe’s Gaming Enterprise Announces New CEO
(Arizona) -- Everything has been Arizona sunshine and lucky sevens for Casino del Sol’s Kimberly Van Amburg, who has hit the jackpot as the newly-announced Chief...

12/11/2014

article Top 10 casinos in Arizona
(Arizona) -- Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort: This property, which opened in 2013, is the Navajo Nation's first casino in Arizona. The gaming room has many of the...

11/21/2014

article Arizona’s Indian Gaming Phenomenon
(Arizona) -- “It’s the tribal in tribal gaming that makes the difference and this has been a banner year for Indian gaming in Arizona,” said Valerie...

11/1/2014

article Arizona tribal casino gaming revenue up slightly
(Arizona) -- The Arizona Department of Gaming says contributions to the state from tribal gambling revenue will be about $24.1 million for the quarter that ended Sept....

9/30/2014

article Local officials travel to D.C. for McCain, Flake anti-gaming bill
(Arizona) -- Ground has been broken for a new tribal casino in Glendale, but it won't go up if Senators John McCain and Jeff Flake have their way. They're...

8/19/2014

article What are the economic effects of a thriving Indian gaming industry in Arizona?
(Arizona) -- There has been a lot in the news about Indian gaming establishments across the United States over the last few years. Much of what's been said about the...
article Tribal gaming contributions reach $1B in Arizona
(Arizona) -- This quarter contributions from tribal gaming to the state reached $1 billion since contributions began in 2004. The Arizona Benefits Fund shares tribal...

8/11/2014

article Arizona Gaming total shared revenues top $1 billion
(Arizona) -- The Arizona Indian Gaming Association, has announced it has contributed more than $1 billion in shared Tribal gaming revenues to Arizona over the past 11...

8/8/2014

article Tribal gaming grants Arizona $1 billion in revenue
(Arizona) -- Tribal gaming is a proven economic engine for the state of Arizona. Over the past 11 years, more than $1 billion in shared tribal gaming revenues have gone...

8/7/2014

article Arizona Receives More Than $1 Billion From Tribal Gaming
(Arizona) -- The state has received more than $1 billion from Indian gaming in the past 11 years, according to a recently released report from the Arizona Indian Gaming...
article Arizona's historic tribal gaming revenue tops the $1 billion mark
(Arizona) -- The Arizona Indian Gaming Association announced today that tribal gaming has contributed more than $1 billion in shared revenues since 2004 to Arizona...
article Indian gaming contributions to state top $1 billion
(Arizona) -- American Indian gaming has given more than $1 billion to the state over the last 11 years. The Arizona Indian Gaming Association announced the Arizona...

8/2/2014

article Gaming revenue for state about $24M for quarter
(Arizona) -- The Arizona Department of Gaming says contributions to the state from tribal gambling revenue will be about $24.6 million for the quarter that ended June 30.

6/22/2014

article Tucson in 100 Objects — Indian slot machine
(Arizona) -- Tucson banned gambling long before Arizona became a state. In 1905, The City Council forbade faro, roulette, blackjack, keno, dice, monte and several other...

5/7/2014

article Arizona tribes share another $24M in casino revenue with state
(Arizona) -- Tribes shared $24 million in casino revenue for the quarter that ended March 13, the Arizona Department of Gaming reported. The $24 million was about the...

4/26/2014

article 20 years ago Ak-Chin Indian Community opened a casino and changed everything
(Arizona) -- The land was remote, dry and fewer than 22,000 acres in size, but for decades it sustained life for the Ak-Chin Indian Community.

4/25/2014

article Arizona Indian Gaming marks 10 years, $1B in benefits fund
(Arizona) -- The Arizona Indian Gaming Association unveiled a Metro light-rail wrap Friday morning in Phoenix marking a decade and $1 billion since the association...
article Arizona tribes celebrate nearly $1 billion in shared gaming revenue
(Arizona) -- On Friday, April 25, the 17 member tribes of the Arizona Indian Gaming Association unveiled a featured wrap on one of the Valley Metro light rail cars as...
article Indian Gaming Association starts info campaign
(Arizona) -- The Arizona Indian Gaming Association is using a Valley Metro light rail car to spread its message throughout Phoenix. The association of 17 tribes is...

3/30/2014

article Bill legalizing fantasy sports in Arizona fails
(Arizona) -- Fantasy competitions are increasingly ubiquitous activities for stat-crunching fans who want to own and manage their own dream teams of baseball players,...

3/27/2014

press release Three Tribal Leaders Named Most Influential Arizona Minority Business Leaders
(Arizona) -- The tribal leaders of the Arizona Indian Gaming Association (AIGA) congratulate Diane Enos, President of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community;...

2/26/2014

article Arizona Claims One of Two Nationwide Mega Millions(R) $1 Million Winning Tickets
(Arizona) -- (Marketwired - Feb 26, 2014) - The Arizona Lottery announces that a $1 million Mega Millions second prize winning ticket was sold in Yuma. This is one of...

2/18/2014

press release Arizona Gaming Officials Declare Galaxy Gaming Suitable; Issues Permanent Gaming License
(Las Vegas) -- Galaxy Gaming, Inc. (OTCBB:GLXZ) the world's second-largest distributor of proprietary casino table games, announced today that the Arizona Department...

2/6/2014

press release Chairman Terry Rambler Named Influential Arizona Minority Business Leader
(Arizona) -- The tribal leaders of the Arizona Indian Gaming Association (AIGA) congratulate Terry Rambler, Chairman of the San Carlos Apache Tribe and Chairman of the...

2/1/2014

article Watch And Learn
(Arizona) -- More and more gaming properties are turning to video displays to provide both market differentiation and better service to the customer. Video system...

1/31/2014

article State Sees More Money From Tribal Gaming
(Arizona) -- State revenue sharing from tribal casinos was up 2.7 percent in the last quarter of 2013. Assistant Gaming Director Rick Medina says while the money is just...

11/2/2013

article Tribal casino revenues in Arizona holding steady
(Arizona) -- State authorities say revenue from tribal casinos in Arizona are holding steady. The Arizona Department of Gaming reported Wednesday that the tribes’...

8/1/2013

article Tribal casino revenues in Arizona holding steady
(Arizona) -- State authorities say revenue from tribal casinos in Arizona are holding steady. The Arizona Department of Gaming reported Wednesday that the tribes'...

4/16/2013

article Arizona Tribes Commend Keep the Promise Act of 2013
(Arizona) -- A recent Bill in the Arizona Congress looks to keep a strong relationship between the state government and tribal governments while maintaining a balanced...

3/22/2013

article AZ tribal casinos show continued rebound
(Arizona) -- Revenue from tribal gaming in Arizona grew at more than twice the national rate in 2011, rising for a second year as the economy inched out of recession, a...

3/10/2013

article Chefs stars of Devoured Culinary Classic in Phoenix
(Arizona) -- One weekend a year, the dignified Great Hall and subdued sculpture garden at the Phoenix Art Museum are transformed into a celebration of food, complete...

8/22/2012

article Tribal gaming arises as issue in CD1 as officials criticize Paton
(Arizona) -- Republican congressional candidate Jonathan Paton is facing criticism today from some tribal officials, who represent a key constituency in the district...

12/17/2011

article Casinos muscle in on ‘Five Cs’ behind Arizona economy
(Washington D.C.) -- The "Five C's" that traditionally made the bulk of Arizona's economy – copper, climate, cattle, cotton, citrus – may...

12/16/2011

article Initiative filing seeks statewide gambling in Arizona
(Arizona) -- A Phoenix man wants to open up gaming to the entire state, instead of keeping it to just tribal reservations as voters approved nearly 10 years ago. Carl...
article OP/ED: Would local casino help economy?
(Arizona) -- A new initiative that would expand gambling in Arizona is quite a long shot. Maybe that’s what drove the sponsor to improve the odds by filing the...

12/14/2011

article Gaming officials bet on expanding casino gaming
(Arizona) -- Arizona voters could expand casino and racetrack/casino gaming to the entire state next year. The Arizona Secretary of State released information about an...
article Group files fair gaming initiative
(Arizona) -- Retired Glendale resident Carl Nicholson has filed an application for an initiative petition to circulate among Arizona voters that would allow racetrack...

12/13/2011

article Group files initiative to legalize Arizona casinos
(Arizona) -- A group wants to ask Arizona voters to allow gambling at private casinos and racetracks. The 50-page initiative was filed with the state Friday, but a...

12/12/2011

article Initiative petition aims to legalize gambling statewide
(Arizona) -- Arizona voters could get to decide next year if they want to be able to gamble closer to home. An initiative petition drive launched late last week would...

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