Off-reservation casino in New Mexico touted (September 30, 2004)

A New Mexico tribe seeking to establish the state's first off-reservation casino says the proposal is "win-win-win." Jemez Pueblo has teamed with an art dealer to open a casino in Anthony. The proposed location is about 300 miles south of...

Editorial: Vote no on more casinos in California (September 30, 2004)

"As Californians prepared to vote in the 2000 primary, they were assured that Proposition 1A, which changed the state Constitution to allow slot machines and other Nevada-style games on tribal lands, would produce only a modest increase in gambling —...

Narragansett Tribe won't give up on casino resort (September 30, 2004)

The Narragansett Tribe of Rhode Island won't give up the fight for the state's first Indian casino, chief sachem Matthew Thomas said. The tribe and partner Harrah's Entertainment said they will continue to seek approval for a large facility in...

Schwarzenegger attacks gaming initiatives (September 30, 2004)

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) debuted a radio advertisement criticizing two ballot initiatives that he said would expand gaming in the state. Schwarzenegger opposes Proposition 70 and Proposition 68. Both are competing with compacts he signed with several tribes. Proposition...