Kansas tribal casinos weathering the recession (May 21, 2009)

The Potawatomi Prairie Band Nation and the Kickapoo Tribe of Kansas say their casinos don't seem to be affected by the recession. “Actually, we’ve seen very little effects of the recession,” said Stephen Ortiz, the director of marketing for...

Column: Gaming is now looking good in Massachusetts (May 21, 2009)

"As lawmakers scramble for revenues, casino gambling — declared dead just a year ago — is seeing its odds surge again, helped on by a key change in leadership on Beacon Hill and the state's desperate need for cash. On...

Bill seeks to expand non-Indian gaming in Arizona (May 21, 2009)

A Republican leader in Arizona has introduced a bill to expand non-Indian gaming. House Majority Whip Andy Tobin said his proposal will create revenues for the state. The bill would authorize slot machines, blackjack and poker games at up to...

Column: EchoHawk hasn't supported Indian gaming (May 21, 2009)

"It’s been nearly 20 years since Larry EchoHawk was elected state attorney general, but to Idaho Democrats it is the just-yesterday story of the 1990 Idaho election that resulted in a 21-21 tie in the state senate. But just like...

Editorial: Laying blame for gaming expansion (May 21, 2009)

"The blame game has started in Tallahassee in the wake of the capitulation of the House of Representatives to the Senate resulting in passage of a gambling package that authorizes the governor to negotiate a gambling compact with the Seminole...

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