Fort Sill Apache Tribe halts paper bingo games (October 5, 2009)

The Fort Sill Apache Tribe of Oklahoma stopped offering paper bingo games at its gaming facility in New Mexico. Chairman Jeff Houser said the tribe will wait until the National Indian Gaming Commission rules on the legality of the Apache...

Tribes consider casino employee illness policy (October 5, 2009)

The American Indian Health Commission for Washington State is urging tribes to reconsider employee attendance policies in light of concerns about H1N1 virus, commonly known as swine flu. Most tribes require casino employees to come to work on busy days...

New Mexico tribe eyes off-reservation change (October 5, 2009)

Jemez Pueblo of New Mexico might revive a proposed off-reservation casino if the Obama administration changes policy on the controversial issue. The tribe sought to have 79 acres in southern New Mexico placed in trust. The site is about 300...

Gaming an issue with land-into-trust measure (October 5, 2009)

Key members of Congress have introduced legislation to fix the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Carcieri v. Salazar but gaming issues might affect passage of the bill. The bill ensures that all tribes can follow the land-into-trust process. The Supreme...

California tribes in line for more slot machines (October 5, 2009)

The California Gambling Control Commission is issuing licenses for slot machines as part of a tribal-compact lawsuit. A federal judge ordered the agency to issue up to 10,549 new licenses. But it appears only a small portion will be awarded...

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