Oklahoma tribe seeks Oklahoma City casino

Oklahoma tribe seeks Oklahoma City casino (July 11, 2005)

An Oklahoma tribe that was recognized by an act of Congress is floating plans for a casino in downtown Oklahoma City, The Oklahoman reports. The tribe, previously a part of the Cherokee Nation, was recognized as a separate entity...

Column: State tries to get $30M from tribe's account

Column: State tries to get $30M from tribe's account (July 11, 2005)

"Talk about a money grab. With the state in a budget crunch, Wisconsin Division of Gaming honchos last month came up with an efficient way of adding an extra $30 million to the state's coffers: Draw down that sum electronically...

NIGC: California tribe can build casino on rancheria

NIGC: California tribe can build casino on rancheria (July 11, 2005)

A tiny California tribe with just a handful of adult members can engage in gaming on its rancheria, the National Indian Gaming Commission ruled on June 30. In a memorandum [Link], the NIGC's acting general counsel said casino proposed by...

Gaming changes way of life for Wisconsin Oneidas

Gaming changes way of life for Wisconsin Oneidas (July 11, 2005)

Two hundred years and seven generations after being forced to leave their homelands in New York, the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin is thriving thanks to gaming revenues. With five casinos in northeastern Wisconsin, gaming has enabled the tribe to buy...

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