Minn. tribes oppose governor's call for 'better deal' (March 2, 2004)

Last month, Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R) said he would renegotiate gaming compacts with tribes in order to get a "better deal" for Minnesotans. But the First Minnesotans aren't interested in a new arrangement. Red Lake treasurer Darrell told MPR...

Opinion: Equal rights for the Narragansett Tribe (March 2, 2004)

"In this time of celebrating diversity and equal rights for all, I cannot help but feel a growing frustration towards the governor’s recent public opposition to a Narragansett Indian casino. I grow more disappointed and angry with certain Rhode Island...

Calif. tribes with casinos put $93M into state fund (March 2, 2004)

California tribes with casinos have contributed $93 million to a state fund since 2000. Of that amount, $25 million goes to counties and local governments. Counties can use the money to offset the impacts of casinos. Sonoma County is setting...

Seminole Tribe welcomes denial of gaming dispute (March 2, 2004)

The general counsel for the Seminole Tribe of Florida said the U.S. Supreme Court's decision not to hear an Indian gaming dispute is "good news for us and tribes across the country." Like others, the Seminoles offer electronic casino machines...

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