Okla. governor signs gaming compact into law (March 10, 2004)

Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry (D) signed a revenue-sharing tribal gaming compact into law on Tuesday. SB553 legalizes certain casino machines for tribes and three racetracks. The tribes and the tracks will share a portion of their revenues from the machines...

Casino opponents claim tribal site is dangerous (March 10, 2004)

Opponents of a proposed casino in northern California say the Coast Miwok Tribe has chosen a site that may be contaminated with lead and unexploded ordnance from a nearby World War II U.S. Navy airfield. A spokesperson for the tribe...

Tribal members in Minn. rally against anti-gaming bill (March 10, 2004)

A reported crowd of more than 1,000 turned out to the Minnesota state capitol on Tuesday to protest a bill that threatens to ban slot machines. Tribal leaders and tribal members criticized the bill, which calls on tribes to renegotiate...

Californians rally at capitol against tribal gaming (March 10, 2004)

A reported 125 people rallied in California's state capitol on Tuesday to protest the expansion of Indian gaming. Representatives of various groups, including churches law enforcement and local governments, said their views are being ignored. They want Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger...

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