Navajo Nation president says gaming is where it's at (January 5, 2006)

Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley Jr. isn't worried about the loss of royalties from the Black Mesa coal mine because he says the tribe is getting into gaming. Shirley says two casinos, one east of Holbrook near Sanders, Arizona, and...

Resolution: To give up writing about tribal casinos! (January 5, 2006)

"I get stopped all the time by people who have something to say about Sullivan County. "Hey, Barry, you make any New Year's resolutions?" "Yea, I'm giving up writing columns about casinos." "Really, you're not gonna write about casinos coming...

Apache Tribe's casino will share revenues with state (January 5, 2006)

The Apache Tribe's new casino will be the first in Oklahoma to share revenues from all of its games with the state. The tribal-state compact requires tribes to share revenues from certain games. Most tribes, however, haven't installed the "compacted"...

Commentary: Scandal sheds light on tribal gaming (January 5, 2006)

"Tribal gambling may be the least transparent large industry in the United States. Constitutional protections reach only feebly onto Indian land, where tribal governments enjoy a degree of secrecy that would never be tolerated in any other American community. Gigantic...

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