Opinion: Gaming 'political tremor' in California (April 5, 2004)

"When California voters rolled the dice on Indian casinos a few years back, they didn't realize that they were unleashing the latest political tremor to rattle the Golden State. But now, with billions of dollars at stake, Indian tribes desperately...

Schwarzenegger took money from gaming interests (April 5, 2004)

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) accepted a $21,200 donation from a subsidiary of a gaming company that operates a casino in the state and is seeking to open three more, The San Francisco Chronicle reports. $P Vista Holdings LLC gave...

NIGA holding annual trade conference in N.M. (April 5, 2004)

The National Indian Gaming Association, the largest tribal gaming organization, is holding its annual trade show and convention in Albuquerque, New Mexico, this week. $P The convention began yesterday some preliminary meetings. NIGA president Ernie Stevens and executive director Mark...

Conn. tribes choose two new ad agencies for casinos (April 5, 2004)

Connecticut's two tribal casinos have hired new advertising agencies. $p The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, owners of Foxwoods, hired Kaplan Thaler Group in New York after five years with Trahan, Burden & Charles in Baltimore. The Trahan firm was responsible...

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