Connecticut tribes go off reservation for gaming (April 11, 2005)

Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes have had immense success with gaming. The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe own the two largest casinos in the world. The tribes are now hoping to replicate their success beyond their reservation...

Column: Why can't Maine tribes have slot machines? (April 11, 2005)

"Frederick J. Moore III, the Passamaquoddy tribal representative to the Legislature, had a pointed question for his fellow lawmakers and for Maine voters in general last week. How, he asked, can we authorize a slot machine operation for a racetrack...

Minnesota governor blasted for off-reservation casino (April 11, 2005)

Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R) continues to receive criticism for his proposal to open an off-reservation casino in the Twin Cities in partnership with three tribes. The Prairie Island Indian Community began running television ads questioning Pawlenty. The tribe, which...

Oklahoma tribes still want off-reservation casino (April 11, 2005)

The Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma are willing to wait until Colorado Gov. Bill Owens (R) leaves office to pursue an off-reservation casino in the Denver area. The tribes and their backers offered to settle an ancestral land claim for gaming...

Editorial: Off-reservation casino bad for Oregon (April 11, 2005)

"As any experienced chess player knows, what appears to be an attractive move in the short term often turns out to be disastrous. Gov. Ted Kulongoski's decision to allow the Warm Springs tribes to build the state's first off-reservation casino...