NIGC says it supports DOJ's gaming law proposal (September 19, 2005)

The National Indian Gaming Commission supports the Department of Justice's proposal to change the definition of electronic gaming devices, a spokesperson said. NIGC was previously at odds with DOJ over efforts to clarify the difference between Class II and Class...

Out-of-state gaming deal an issue in Mohegan election (September 19, 2005)

Members of the Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut say the tribe's recent purchase of an out-of-state racetrack was a factor in a recent election that saw the ouster of several incumbents. Critics say they learned about the $280 million purchase of...

Senate report estimates losses for Lytton Band casino (September 19, 2005)

The Lytton Band of Pomo Indians will lose between $50 million and $100 million over the next five years if the tribe isn't allow to operate Class II games at its casino in the Bay Area, according to a newly...