Man files another suit against Eastern Cherokee casino (August 1, 2006)

A North Carolina man has filed a second lawsuit after losing his job at the casino owned by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. Edward Yashenko said his position was eliminated and given to a tribal member. He wants a...

Editorial: Negotiate agreement with Poarch Band (August 1, 2006)

"States in general are not happy with the runaway success of American Indian gambling. One of the biggest reasons is that neither the tribes nor tribal members pay state sales taxes or state income taxes on income earned on reservations....

New York candidate won't shut Oneida Nation casino (August 1, 2006)

Jeanine Pirro, a Republican candidate for attorney general in New York, said she wouldn't try to shut down the Oneida Nation's casino if she is elected. Pirro said the Turning Stone Casino Resort employs nearly 4,000 people. "You have to...

Schwarzenegger renews talks with some tribes (August 1, 2006)

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) has renewed compact negotiations with a handful of tribes who resisted his first offer two years ago. According to Copley News Service, the Pechanga Band, the Morongo Band, the San Manuel Band, the Agua Caliente...

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