NIGC: Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes troublesome

NIGC: Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes troublesome (May 16, 2005)

The Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes are among the most troublesome to regulate, National Indian Gaming Commission Chairman Phil Hogen tells The Daily Oklahoman. Hogen says the tribes lack accountability and documentation for gaming revenues. The NIGC and the FBI have looked into...

Casino cash lands in hands of key lawmakers

Casino cash lands in hands of key lawmakers (May 16, 2005)

Republicans and Democrats on a key Minnesota House committee received more than $12,000 in campaign contributions last year from gaming interests, The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Republicans on the House Taxes Committee received $5,150, mostly from Canterbury Park and its...

Land claim part of Oklahoma tribe's casino strategy

Land claim part of Oklahoma tribe's casino strategy (May 16, 2005)

The Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma hopes a land claim will prompt the state of Ohio to negotiate for a Class III gaming compact. The tribe has detailed its claim but has not filed a lawsuit. The tribe wants to...

Colorado River Indian Tribes weigh new casinos

Colorado River Indian Tribes weigh new casinos (May 16, 2005)

The Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT) are considering two sites for possible casinos. One site is a few miles off the reservation in Blythe, California. The tribes have reached a deal with the town to build a 50,000-square-foot casino on...

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