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(04/16)

The Cherokee Nation Council approved a measure to clarify the duties of the Cherokee Nation Gaming Commission.

(04/15)

The Center for Public Integrity reports on the high-stakes battle over Internet gambling.

(04/11)

Lawmakers who represent Maine tribes are seeking inclusion in a bill to study the expansion of gaming in the state.

(04/08)

The Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska is gearing up for a statewide and local referendum on gaming.

(04/04)

The Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma might be facing some casino competition across the border in Kansas.

(04/04)

Efforts to expand non-Indian gaming in Florida appear to be dead for the year.

(04/01)

The MOWA Band of Choctaw Indians in Alabama is seeking to have a gaming case heard in federal court.

(03/27)

More tribes are seeking to bar 'bad actors' from entering the Internet gaming industry in California.

(03/26)

Billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson has vowed to spend 'whatever it takes' to impose a ban on Internet gaming.

(03/25)

The California Tribal Business Alliance wants to ensure an Internet poker site that was shut down by the federal government can't do business in California.

(03/24)

Tribes are backing two bills to legalize Internet poker games in California.

(03/21)

The Coeur d'Alene Tribe of Idaho is questioning the addition of electronic gaming machines at a non-Indian racetrack.

(03/21)

Lawmakers in Florida are waiting on the outcome of Class III gaming compact talks between Gov. Rick Scott (R) and the Seminole Tribe.

(03/21)

The Maine House is trying to revive three tribal gaming bills that were rejected in the Senate.

(03/20)

The Maine Senate effectively killed six gaming bills on Wednesday, including three that would have benefited tribes.

(03/20)

Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) is worried that gaming expansion talks might affect compact negotiations with the Seminole Tribe.

(03/12)

The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe will receive federal approval to open its casino, a top lawmaker said.

(03/12)

The North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians of California filed suit to block a referendum on its Class III gaming compact.

(03/10)

Card Player interviews Mary Bono Mack, a former Congresswoman, about efforts to legalize Internet poker.

(03/07)

The Maine House approved three bills to help tribes with gaming projects.

(03/05)

The Mohegan Tribe called on lawmakers in Connecticut to ban Internet sweepstakes cafes.

(03/05)

The Seminole Tribe and Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) are in negotiations for a new Class III gaming compact.

(03/04)

Florida newspaper says an expansion of non-Indian gaming will put the state at risk.

(03/03)

The Winnebago Tribe remains hopeful for approval of Class III gaming in Nebraska.

(02/28)

Rep. Ed Pastor (D-Arizona), an opponent of the Tohono O'odham Nation off-reservation casino, will retire from Congress after 23 years of service.

(02/27)

Opponents of expanded gaming in Florida are hoping their short film, Pushing Luck, convinces lawmakers to say no.

(02/19)

Columnist thinks an expansion on non-Indian gaming in Florida is inevitable.

(02/17)

Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) plans to renew a Class III gaming compact with the Seminole Tribe, a spokesperson said.

(02/12)

The Nebraska General Affairs Committee heard testimony on Monday on a bill that would put casino-style gaming to a vote of the people.

(02/07)

A lawmaker in Virginia withdrew a bill to authorize a casino in the southeastern part of the state.

(02/06)

The board of commissioners in Dakota County, Nebraska, voted to support a Class III facility for the Winnebago Tribe.

(02/06)

Lawyers, lobbyists and politicians are benefiting from a high-profile battle over the Tohono O'odham Nation off-reservation casino in Arizona.

(02/06)

Ten states are looking to authorize or expand Internet gaming, according to a survey by Gambling Compliance.

(02/05)

Republican lawmakers are open to an expansion of Class III gaming for the Seminole Tribe of Florida.

(02/05)

Lawmakers in Virginia are considering a bill to authorize a casino, a move that would open up gaming for any federally recognized tribes in the state.

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