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(07/15)

The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe spent $1.65 million but non-Indian interests spent far more.

(07/11)

The agrees to pay $30 million upfront, a minimum of $18 million a year, plus $45 million for transportation and infrastructure projects.

(07/09)

Lawmakers fail to take up a proposal that would address how minors receive their money when they turn 18.

(07/01)

The Seminole Tribe, the Chickasaw Nation and the Mohegan Tribe are in the race.

(06/27)

Ruling affects region where the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe wants to open a casino.

(06/24)

Some $120,000 was reportedly embezzled.

(06/16)

Site in western Massachusetts is less than 65 miles from tribal casinos in Connecticut.

(06/13)

Bureau of Indian Affairs continues to review land-into-trust application.

(06/12)

MGM Resorts plans to build an $800 million casino in the western part of the state.

(05/22)

Machines will be installed at six facilities in early 2015.

(05/20)

The Mohegan Tribe, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe are all pursuing casinos in the state.

(05/13)

The New York Gaming Facility Location Board announced requirements for investments in commercial casino projects across the state.

(05/09)

The Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut won't have to negotiate another agreement for its commercial casino in Massachusetts.

(05/05)

The Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin might change the way it distributes gaming per capita payments to young tribal members.

(04/16)

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

(04/16)

The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation is still working on a host agreement for its proposed commercial casino in Massachusetts.

(04/15)

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

(04/10)

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has delayed the timeline for two commercial casino licenses, a move that affects three tribes.

(04/04)

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is delaying the commercial casino process in the southeastern part of the state in order to wait for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe.

(04/02)

A former chief of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians is still trying to figure out why the FBI raided the tribe's casinos back in 2011.

(04/01)

The Morongo Band of Mission Indians and three non-Indian card clubs remain in negotiations with a controversial Internet poker site.

(04/01)

Developers must pay $1 million to apply for a commercial casino in New York.

(03/24)

Stateline reports on efforts to shut down Internet sweepstakes cafes across the nation.

(03/20)

Tribal Trac, a firm that provides background checks for tribal casinos, celebrated its launch on Wednesday.

(03/18)

Sunday liquor sales at the casino owned by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians are once again an issue of debate in Alabama.

(03/14)

The Chippewa Cree Tribe of Montana has suspended the manager of its casino.

(03/10)

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

(03/04)

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is being asked to turn over any documents related to the Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut.

(02/21)

As more and more states expand gambling options, they are relying on consulting firms to help them write regulations and review casino applicants.

(02/11)

The Saskatchewan government has dropped plans to sell two casinos to the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority.

(02/11)

The Oklahoma ABLE Commission plans to revisit a controversial issue at its February 21 meeting.

(02/04)

The Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa is ready to go when Internet gaming becomes legal in Wisconsin.

(01/31)

Poker News interviews Jack Hakim, the CEO of a company that provides an Internet gaming platform for the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa in Wisconsin and the Tribal Internet Gaming Alliance.

(01/24)

The Snoqualmie Tribe of Washington is moving forward with a new gaming commission.

(01/23)

Billionaire gaming mogul Steve Wynn attacked the Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut on Wednesday as the rivals made their pitches for a commercial casino in Massachusetts.

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