Choctaw Nation taps out-of-state gamblers (April 1, 2004)

Gamblers from Arkansas and Texas are providing some big reasons why the Choctaw Nation is undertaking a $65 million expansion of its casino facilities. $p The tribe buses 5,000 Texans to its casino in Durant. That facility will be tripling...

Calif. tribes say deal with Schwarzenegger near (April 1, 2004)

Representatives of six California tribes on Wednesday said they are about a month away from new casino agreements with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R). $P According to The Los Angeles Times, the tribes would be allowed to expand their operations on...

'Super Chief' Wadena doesn't support urban casino (April 1, 2004)

A convicted felon who is nearing re-election as chairman of the White Earth Ojibwe Tribe of Minnesota says he doesn't' support an urban casino. $p Darrell "Chip'' Wadena told The St. Paul Pioneer Press that the tribe should focus on...

New Morongo casino expected to have $2.8B impact (April 1, 2004)

The casino resort under construction by the Morongo Band of Mission Indians of California is expected to pump $2.8 billion into the local economy. $p The casino features a 410-foot high-rise hotel, considered the largest in the region and on...

Wyandotte Nation's casino in Kansas remains open (April 1, 2004)

Officials in Kansas have decided not to seek the immediate closure of the Wyandotte Nation's casino in downtown Kansas City. $p The National Indian Gaming Commission, in an opinion, determined that the Oklahoma-based tribe cannot legally game on the land....

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