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Zuni Pueblo, Ohkay Owingeh, Taos Pueblo and Isleta Pueblo signed the deal and more tribes are in talks.


Pojoaque rolled the dice in a bet that the federal government would not actually enforce the laws requiring Indian gambling operations to be subject to compacts with states. And won.


U.S. Attorney Damon P. Martinez will closely monitor the tribe's casinos while a lawsuit plays out in federal court.


The compact expires at midnight tonight and Gov. Susana Martinez (R) contends the tribe's casinos will be operating illegally without a new agreement.


It is the best way to keep a lid on the spread of gambling in the state and ensure the state will continue to receive a cut of the Seminoles’ gambling operations.


Voters approved authorize keno, craps and roulette by a wide margin in November 2014.


A notice of the new agreement was published in the Federal Register on June 22.


The tribe is embarking on a $28 million casino expansion of the Shoshone Rose Casino on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming.


The tribe will continue to make revenue sharing payments even though Chairman James Billie said the state broke its word.


The Seminoles believe their Class III gaming exclusivity rights are threatened by a May 29 decision in the lawsuit.


The two tribes have been at odds over the handling of ancestral remains discovered at the site of the Wind Creek Casino and Hotel in Wetumpka, Alabama.


The tribe proved that the state was negotiating in good faith for a casino on an 11-acre site on the reservation.


The governor has disappeared. The Legislature can’t agree on a basic budget, much less work out a new gambling compact with the tribe.


The agreement was signed by the Navajo Nation, the Jicarilla Apache Nation, the Mescalero Apache Nation, Acoma Pueblo and Jemez Pueblo.


The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals rejected every one of the state's arguments in the closely-watched case.


The Flowing Water Navajo Casino in Shiprock will see table games thanks to a new gaming compact with the state.


Big Lagoon is significant because of the court’s recognition that, as a matter of law, Carcieri did not operate to retroactively divest existing trust lands of their legal status.


The new agreement reduces the number of slot machines from 2,000 to 1,800.


The ruling restores certainty to the federal government’s recognition of 'Indian lands' and states’ obligations to negotiate gaming compacts in good faith with tribes.


The agreement went into effect without an approval or denial from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Speaker LoRenzo Bates said.


By a unanimous vote, an en banc panel of the court rejected all of the challenges raised by the state of California.


Nearly every tribe in the state signed onto the deal, which paves the way for the addition of more gaming devices at their facilities.


A Florida appeals court's ruling to allow slot machines at a tiny barrel-racing track in rural Gadsden County could send huge shockwaves through Florida's gambling landscape.


The report does not contain any major bombshells or reveal any significant controversies but it provides some key information about Class III gaming compacts.


The tribe owns a commercial racetrack in a county where voters support slot machines.


With Florida lawmakers facing a big gap in the state budget as they prepare to reconvene for a special session, it would be irresponsible for them to walk away from the table games compact with the Seminole Tribe.


Since 1994, the tribe has shared $229 million in casino revenues with governments and schools Michigan


Some state lawmakers aren't excited about a tribal casino joining riverboat and land-based casinos.


A group called the Stop the Casino 101 sued Gov. Jerry Brown (D), but not the tribe, for signing a Class III gaming compact.


Twice a year, the tribe shares 2 percent of Class III gaming revenues with communities affected by its two casinos.


You can't blame the tribe for trying to protect its business interests, but that's the problem with cutting a classic sweetheart deal.


The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe are urging support for the new version of the gaming measure.


The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe are looking to head off competition from neighboring Massachusetts.


The Plainridge Park Casino will offer slot machines and electronic table games less than 20 miles from the tribe's casino site.


The tribe's contributed $9,700 to Yuma City in Arizona as part of the Class III gaming compact.


Chairman John Warren said the new law, which went into effect without the governor's signature, violates the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act.


Lawmakers are considering a bill to authorize Class III games at racetracks.


The Arizona Department of Gaming said revenues have been on the rise in September 2014.


Two counties received $11 million in gaming revenues as part of a settlement between the tribe and the state.


You can bet your last dollar that the Seminoles won't fold blackjack, baccarat and other table games easily.


The tribe is supposed to halt blackjack games if a new deal isn't reached by July 31.


The tribe has offered $250 million up front to the state in exchange for some form of exclusivity for Class III games.


Republican leaders in the state are offering competing and somewhat confusing proposals to authorize gaming in the state.


The tribe is seeking a Class III gaming deal that offers some form of exclusivity.


The state of Oklahoma is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a dispute over a failed casino.

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