New Mexico tribes expand their gaming facilities (September 27, 2006)

New Mexico's gaming tribes are expanding their gaming facilities in hopes of bringing in more customers. Laguna Pueblo just broke ground on a 150-room hotel next to the Route 66 Casino. Last month, Isleta Pueblo broke ground on a 201-room...

Mohegan Tribe prepares for Pennsylvania casino (September 27, 2006)

The Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut is putting the finishing touches on its casino in Pennsylvania. The tribe bought the Pocono Down racetrack two years ago for $281 million and applied for a slot machine license. The state gaming commission...

Navajo Nation Council approves gaming bill (September 27, 2006)

The Navajo Nation Council voted 76-3 on Tuesday to create the tribe's first gaming enterprise. The Navajo Gaming Enterprise will handle all the tribe's gaming business. The enterprise will be headed by a board of directors and a chief executive...

Gaming tribes behind most political spending (September 27, 2006)

Gaming tribes and gaming interests have contributed $5.4 million to politicians in Wisconsin, The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports. All of the state's 11 tribes engage in gaming. But only two of them -- the Forest Count Potawatomi Tribe and the...

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