Casino watchdog accused of playing slot machines (April 16, 2004)

The state police major who oversees Connecticut's casino unit is the target of an investigator over allegations that he gambles at a tribal casino while off-duty. Maj. Frank Griffin adopted an order prohibiting officers in the casino unit from off-duty...

Lobbyists for R.I. tribe paid nearly $40K last month (April 16, 2004)

A team of lobbyists hired to promote a casino for the Narragansett Tribe of Rhode Island were paid nearly $40,000 in fees last month alone. The Providence Journal reported the monthly fees of eight lobbyists who are either employed by...

Tribes eye property between two casinos in Conn. (April 16, 2004)

A company with ties to a newly recognized tribe is one of 20 developers eyeing a coveted piece of property between two tribal casinos in Connecticut. The president of International Golf Group also heads a firm that helped fund the...

Panel discusses future of gaming in Michigan (April 16, 2004)

A panel at Central Michigan University focused on the future of gaming in the state. Discussion appeared to be dominated by a proposal to allow electronic games at race tracks. Tribes oppose the measure. Audrey Falcon, chief of the Saginaw...

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