New Mexico county puts off position on casino

New Mexico county puts off position on casino (August 25, 2004)

Commissioners in Doa Ana County, New Mexico, have postponed discussion of a possible off-reservation casino as opposition mounts to the project. Jemez Pueblo and an art dealer want to acquire land for a casino near Las Cruces. But the tribe...

Nambe Pueblo to hold referendum on casino

Nambe Pueblo to hold referendum on casino (August 25, 2004)

Members of Nambe Pueblo in northern New Mexico will vote on whether to develop a casino. The tribe has been studying a casino for several years. Gov. Tom Talache supports it but some tribal members don't. The tribe has a...

Concerns expressed over Oklahoma gaming pact

Concerns expressed over Oklahoma gaming pact (August 25, 2004)

Oklahoma voters will go to the polls in November to decide whether to approve certain electronic games. State Question 712 allows tribes the ability to offer casino machines that may or may not be Class III. In exchange, tribes would...

Mohegan Tribe restructures casino management

Mohegan Tribe restructures casino management (August 25, 2004)

The Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut announced a reorganization of its casino management team on Tuesday. Some top executives will be shuffling duties in order to focus on out-of-state investments. The tribe is currently financing two tribal casino projects in Wisconsin...

Tribal gaming boom to benefit California the most

Tribal gaming boom to benefit California the most (August 25, 2004)

California is poised to become the nation's biggest gambling state under the expansion of tribal casinos. The tribes currently generate an estimated $6 billion a year. That could double as more and more casinos expand or open in the coming...

Narragansett Tribe's challenge to gaming rejected

Narragansett Tribe's challenge to gaming rejected (August 25, 2004)

The Narragansett Tribe's challenge to two existing gaming facilities in Rhode Island was rejected on Tuesday. The tribe asked state attorney general Patrick C. Lynch to investigate the legality of the Lincoln Park and Newport Grand facilities. The tribe cited...