Seneca-Cayuga Tribe welcomes mayor's offer (July 7, 2004)

The Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma says it is looking into putting a casino in Auburn, New York, at the invitation of the mayor. The tribe proposed a Class III casino in the Rochester area. But the mayor of Auburn said...

Agua Caliente initiative contains 'poison pill' (July 7, 2004)

A gaming initiative sponsored by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians contains a provision that would nullify a rival initiative that would expand non-Indian gaming. The tribe's Proposition 70 is up against Proposition 68, which would allow slot machines...

Report says tribes shared $760M with states (July 7, 2004)

The $16 billion tribal casino industry shared $759.4 million with 16 states last year, according to a report being released today by the Analysis Group Inc.. Tribes in Connecticut shared $396.4 million with the state, the report said. The tribes...

Poarch Creek chairman pushes for Class III compact (July 7, 2004)

The chairman of the Poarch Creek Band of Alabama says a Class III compact will help the tribe become more self-sufficient. The tribe has begun construction on a $300 million casino in Wetumpka. Chairman Eddie Tullis is hoping to negotiate...

Report shows tribal casino revenues exceed $16B (July 7, 2004)

An independent report from the Analysis Group Inc. shows that Indian gaming revenues for 2003 were $16.2 billion, up 12.1 percent. The report said tribes California, Connecticut, Minnesota, Arizona and Wisconsin generated the most revenues. In Arizona, tribes took in...

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