Newspaper Chat: Indian gaming in California (October 25, 2005)

The San Jose Mercury News will host a chat today at Noon, Pacific Time, about Indian gaming in California. Readers can submit questions to travel writer Michael Martinez, who visited the five casinos closest to San Jose. Martinez outlined the...

Tribal elders protest First Nation casino (October 25, 2005)

Three elders of the Stoney First Nation in Alberta are protesting their tribe's $27 million casino. The three women, ages 68 to 77, are blocking the road on the reserve. They say the casino will lead to more addictions. Elder...

McCain says gaming has 'long history of corruption' (October 25, 2005)

Citing the gaming industry's "long history of corruption," Sen. John McCain told tribal leaders on Monday that their casinos need stronger regulation and oversight. McCain, the chairman of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee, spoke at Portland State University in Oregon....

Soboba Band vows to address casino concerns (October 25, 2005)

The Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians will address concerns that have arisen over a proposed non-reservation casino, the tribe's vice chairman said. The tribe is planning a casino resort on 128 acres that are not currently part of the reservation....

Off-reservation deal revives similar proposals (October 25, 2005)

The Skokomish Tribe of Washington is reviving proposals for off-reservation casinos now that the state has agreed to one for the Spokane Tribe. The Skokomish Tribe says the Spokane compact has opened the doors for an expansion of gaming. The...

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