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(03/20)

The tribe believes the Bureau of Indian Affairs has restarted work on the application.

(03/20)

The agreement can now be sent to the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Washington, D.C., for review.

(03/19)

The tribe says Gov. Rick Scott (R) has not come to the table since talks faltered a year ago.

(03/19)

The tribe is withdrawing from a commercial gaming project in order to concentrate on a new battle over its expansion plans.

(03/18)

The tribe claims Gov. Jerry Brown (D) won't negotiate in good faith after voters rejected a compact last November.

(03/18)

Fairness and equality should matter to all citizens of the New Mexico.

(03/17)

'The reality is there is a relationship, and it's truly a partnership, between the state of Florida and the Seminole Tribe.'

(03/16)

We do have plans to replicate in Florida what we have done in Alabama — create jobs and economic security, add to the tax base and fiscal strength of our state, and be good and charitable neighbors.

(03/13)

A local group is already stirring up opposition but the mayor says he's open to discussions.

(03/12)

The tribe wants to develop a village and a Class III gaming facility in the city of South Bend.

(03/12)

The state Senate approved the new deal and it now awaits action in the House.

(03/11)

The tribe added a 99-room, four-story hotel to the casino in Immokalee amid talk of additional expansion plans.

(03/11)

The money was being withheld in a dispute over a rival off-reservation casino.

(03/09)

Don’t believe the spin that a massive Florida House gambling bill represents a 'contraction' in gaming.

(03/06)

The bill seeks to extend similar provisions from a gaming compact to the tracks.

(03/06)

The tribe is also sharing its unclaimed jackpots with local non-profits.

(03/05)

The tribe opposed prior versions but now supports the new deal despite concerns about the Navajo Nation.

(03/04)

In many debates over gambling expansion, often the starting point is that all gaming is equal.

(03/03)

The tribe has shared $1 billion with the state but would no longer be required to do so if it loses regional exclusivity.

(03/02)

Five tribes signed the agreement and are eager to see it approved before the end of the legislative session later this month.

(03/02)

Gov. Susana Martinez (R) refuses to negotiate a deal with the tribe.

(02/26)

For all of 2014, tribes shared about $66 million with the state.

(02/25)

The tribe's one-acre property in Florida was reportedly placed in trust in 1984 so it presumably can be used for a casino.

(02/24)

The county won out in a dispute over the cost of law enforcement services.

(02/24)

The deal covers te Navajo Nation, the Jicarilla Apache Nation, the Mescalero Apache Nation, Acoma Pueblo and Jemez Pueblo.

(02/23)

The metal structure could be used for a gaming facility -- or a marijuana operation.

(02/20)

The tribe is hoping to gain some leverage because Gov. Rick Scott (R) won't come to the table.

(02/20)

The new deal addresses revenue sharing, free play, operational hours and gaming on newly acquired lands.

(02/18)

The tribe's Class III gaming compact authorizes four locations.

(02/17)

An offer to fund a new stadium was linked to the Ho-Chunk Nation's casino in Beloit.

(02/17)

The leader of the Florida Senate said he's 'anti-gaming' anyway.

(02/17)

The agreement allows tribes to add more gaming devices to their facilities.

(02/16)

Chief Cheryl Smith is still considering whether to push for a Class III gaming compact.

(02/13)

The tribe has shared more than $1 billion with the state over the last five years.

(02/13)

The tribe contributed $15.3 million to the state and $5 million to local governments.

(02/12)

The city of Salamanca was withholding the money due to confusion about gaming revenues and the federal Impact Aid program.

(02/12)

The tribe is willing to share revenues with the state.

(02/11)

Washington’s treaty tribes would find it easier to add electronic slot machines as their enterprises gradually expand.

(02/09)

The proposal would have relieved tribes of their revenue sharing obligations, tribal officials said.

(02/09)

Six tribes have been negotiating with the state because some agreements expire June 30.

(02/09)

The tribe is on track to open an off-reservation casino by the end of the year.

(02/05)

The amount shared was 5.8 percent higher than the same quarter in the prior year.

(02/05)

The provision in question states that gaming can only on occur on lands that were in trust prior to 1988.

(02/03)

The tribe's casino is the largest employer in Amador County.

(02/02)

Assistant Secretary Kevin Washburn promised a decision in "early 2013" but that deadline has long passed.

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