Out-of-state casino negotiations stalled (April 21, 2004)

Land the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma were eyeing for an out-of-state casino has been purchased by another casino group, The Daily Oklahoman reports. The tribes and their backers looked at land in Central City, where gaming is legal,...

Petition seeks to put gaming compact before voters (April 21, 2004)

An anti-gambling group, backed by an Oklahoma Republican, is seeking to put a proposed tribal-state gaming compact on the November ballot. Oklahomans for Good Government and Rep. Forest Claunch filed a petition to overturn the Legislature's approval of Senate Bill...

New Mexico tribe settles revenue-sharing feud (April 21, 2004)

The Mescalero Apache Nation will pay $25 million in in back payments to the state of New Mexico to settle a lawsuit over revenue-sharing. The tribe objected to an 16 percent sharing rate found in a compact that tribal leaders...

California tribes seek to block gaming initiative (April 21, 2004)

A group of California tribes is asking the state Supreme Court to invalidate a proposed ballot initiative that would allow slot machines at card clubs and racetracks. The five tribes, which have reportedly spent $1.5 million each to battle the...

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