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(01/30)

The tribe clears up 'misinformation' about the tribal casino industry in Idaho.

(01/27)

The agreement claims to limit gaming to lands that were in trust prior to 1988.

(01/27)

The tribe hopes its fourth Class III facility will be located in Beloit.

(01/26)

Tribes have almost reached the cap of about 28,000 machines set by compacts from 2007.

(01/23)

The Menominees blamed a rival tribe and the governor's presidential aspirations for the negative decision.

(01/23)

The decision to disapprove the compact strikes me as consistent with its approach in recent years to limit the scope of these types of agreements.

(01/22)

An answer could come before Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) makes a decision on the off-reservation casino in Kenosha.

(01/22)

The lawsuit was filed in federal court in Washington, D.C.

(01/21)

A commercial casino in neighboring Massachusetts is a major issue.

(01/21)

The tribe says it will share $1 billion with the state over 25 years.

(01/20)

The tribe faces a July 31 to renew key provisions of its Class III gaming compact.

(01/20)

A new Class III compact could be sent to the Bureau of Indian Affairs this week.

(01/15)

The state announced agreements with 27 of 29 tribes.

(01/15)

So gaming venues in some places appear to be crapping out even as the economy improves.

(01/14)

Gov. Scott Walker (R) has indicated he will wait until February 19 to announce a decision.

(01/14)

The New Mexico Gaming Control Board tried to include free play credits in tribal revenue sharing payments.

(01/13)

The tribe believes it must be compensated for losses from a rival casino.

(01/12)

Assistant Secretary Kevin Washburn said the deal went against the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act.

(01/12)

Provisions for three card games expire July 31 although slot machines won't be affected.

(01/12)

The tribe sets aside $1.5 million a year for scholarships and tuition programs.

(01/09)

Voters approved a constitutional amendment by a wide margin so all that's needed is action from the State Legislature.

(01/09)

Republicans are in control of the Legislature but don't seem to care whether the state renews the gaming deal.

(01/08)

The tribe still needs to hire a gaming commission before installing the machines.

(01/08)

The tribe has agreed to share a larger percentage of revenues over the course of the 22-year deal.

(01/07)

The decision will help Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) determine whether to approve an off-reservation casino for the Menominee Nation.

(01/05)

The tribe lacks a Class III gaming compact so Class III games are illegal on the reservation.

(01/05)

The deal requires the tribe to share between 2 percent and 8.5 percent of its gaming revenues with the state.

(12/22)

Guy C. Clark of Stop Predatory Gambling New Mexico predicts disaster if Pojoaque Pueblo prevails in Class III gaming compact dispute.

(12/16)

The state has asserted sovereign immunity and can't be forced to come to the table.

(12/16)

A federal judge said the activity on the Desert Rose Bingo site falls into the Class III category.

(12/15)

The rally takes place on Wednesday at the site of the proposed $800 million casino.

(12/09)

The Washington House Commerce and Gaming Committee will be a part of the next legislative session.

(12/09)

The tribe hit a major milestone since the opening of its casino in February 2011.

(12/05)

The tribe has secured a favorable land determination from the National Indian Gaming Commission.

(12/05)

The new deal eliminates a flat $17.4 million payment to the state and adopts a revenue sharing system based on percentages.

(12/04)

An answer is due in January 2015, a month before Gov. Scott Walker (R) plans to announce a decision on the Menominee Nation off-reservation casino.

(12/03)

The state will compensate the tribe for any losses that occur as a result of a new off-reservation casino.

(12/03)

A lawsuit that questioned the tribe's federal status appears to be dead but another one that challenges the tribe's land status remains on the docket.

(12/01)

An opposition group tried to challenge the tribe's status as a federally recognized tribe.

(11/26)

The state has refused to renew the license because the tribe won't collect a tax on sales to non-Indians.

(11/26)

The tribe says its gaming facility doesn't have to comply with a county ban on Sunday liquor sales.

(11/25)

Existing compacts with five tribes expire in June 2015 and two more tribes are seeking agreements for the first time.

(11/24)

Tribal leaders are no longer 'begging' the state to enter into Class III gaming compact negotiations.

(11/24)

Newspaper cites benefits of Class III gaming compact with the Seminole Tribe.

(11/21)

For the first time since 2004, tribes shared fewer revenues with the state.

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