Tribes look for opportunities off the reservation (October 14, 2005)

The rapid expansion of the $19 billion Indian gaming industry has prompted controversy over efforts by some tribes to open casinos away from existing reservations. According to The Christian Science Monitor, three dozen tribes are seeking off-reservation casinos. A Bureau...

NIGC investigates Seminole Tribe for spending (October 14, 2005)

The National Indian Gaming Commission is investigating all of the spending by the Seminole Tribe of Florida for two years, The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports. The NIGC is looking at the how tribe spent money for 2004 and 2005, the...

Deron Marquez: Indian gaming has lost its way (October 14, 2005)

"Indian government gaming works best when tribes use it as part of an overall plan to improve life on the reservation. It was the intent of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988, that gaming was to be conducted...

OC Weekly: On the warpath against Indian gaming (October 14, 2005)

"With all the cultural sensitivity of a John Ford western, Irvine City Council members Larry Agran and Beth Krom appear intent on resurrecting the 19th century doctrine of Manifest Destiny. It began with a Sept. 27 council agenda item...