Opinion: Gaming has turned red Indians into green ones (April 25, 2005)

"Sadly, some wealthy gaming tribes have turned a blind eye to the needs of their Indian neighbors and Indian service organizations. In California many Indian families have been disenrolled with nearly 1,500 and counting. Gaming has brought in the dominant...

Editorial: Supreme Court cast doubt on casino deals (April 25, 2005)

"Gov. George Pataki had no choice but to back off an overly aggressive plan to site five casinos in the Catskills region. It should not have taken a court ruling on the broader question of Indian sovereign territory for the...

Opinion: Tribal casinos need to stay on reservations (April 25, 2005)

"In Minnesota and North Dakota, some tribes are seeking to open new casinos in metro areas outside, and in some instances, quite distant, from their reservations. It should be noted that the majority of tribes in both states strongly oppose...

Senate, House to hold gaming hearings on Wednesday (April 25, 2005)

The Senate Indian Affairs Committee and the House Resources Committee are holding separate hearings on gaming on Wednesday. The Senate hearing is an oversight hearing on the regulation of Indian gaming. Committee chairman John McCain (R-Arizona) has expressed concerns about...

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