Computer access blocked for talking about casino (March 11, 2004)

A member of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut was denied computer access after allegedly disclosing proprietary information about a proposed casino, The New London Day reports. Robert Hayward, brother of Vice Chairman Richard A. “Skip” Hayward, posted information...

Opponents criticize landless tribe's casino plans (March 11, 2004)

A reported 200 people attended a meeting to discuss the Coast Miwok Tribe's request to create an initial reservation in northern California that would include a casino. The crowd was 2-1 against the casino, The Santa Rosa Press Democrat reported....

Seminole Tribe gets ready to rock with new casino (March 11, 2004)

The Seminole Tribe of Florida is opening the $100 million Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino today. The tribe is expecting big crowds to the glitzy facility. The 250-room hotel and casino is expected to generate $300 million annually. The...

Sac and Fox Nation eyes high-end gaming market (March 11, 2004)

The Sac and Fox Nation is eyeing the high-end gaming market with a proposed casino in downtown Shawnee, Oklahoma. The tribe wants to covert a vacant Sears building into an upscale casino. Renovations are estimated at $2 million. Sac and...

Calif. tribe to share casino profits with community (March 11, 2004)

The United Auburn Indian Community of California plans to share $1 million in casino revenues every year with local non-profits. The tribe is establishing the Community Giving Program to award grants in education, community health, arts and humanities, the environment,...

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