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Linked Article object codeTribe, Elk Grove reach agreement on $400 million Highway 99 casino
September 27, 2016 By Peter Hecht Sacramento Bee
Linked ArticleWilton Rancheria tribe's planned casino could mean $131 million for Elk Grove
Linked ArticleU.S. to pay 17 Indian tribes $492 million to settle long-standing disputes
Sari Horwitz Monday, September 26, 2016 The Washington Post.
Linked Article object codeCity of Elk Grove Sends Signals of Support For Proposed $400-million Casino
September 26, 2016
Linked ArticleCache Creek Resort expansion passes another hurdle
By Lauren King Posted: 09/26/16
Linked Article x-conference/x-cooltalkCouncil changes closed session noticing practice
Jessica Weston/Daily Independent Posted Sep 23, 2016
Linked ArticleTribal Relationships in California Cloud iPoker Issue
Posted by: iGP Staff Posted date: Tue, Sep 20, 2016
Linked ArticleTribal casino project of California begins turf war between neighboring counties
Marie Kelley September 20, 2016
Linked ArticleManhattan U.S. Attorney Announces Charges Against Owner Of, And Attorney For, $2 Billion Unlawful Internet Payday Lending Enterprise
Department of Justice U.S. Attorney’s Office Southern District of New York FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, February 10, 2016 Defendants Exploited Over 4.5 Million Financially Struggling Americans Through Unlawful Scheme to Evade State Usury Laws
Linked ArticleRacketeering Conspiracy Charged In Payday Lending Case
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CALIFORNIA TRIBE INVOLVED Thursday, April 7, 2016 Eastern District of Pennsylvania
Linked Article D source codeChumash, Santa Barbara County resume negotiations for proposed reservation land
Linked ArticleFight to keep casino from opening in East County
Posted: Sep 15, 2016 By Abbie Alford, Reporter
Linked ArticleNeel challenges casino land sale on Brown Act grounds
By Jessica Weston City Editor [email protected] Posted Sep. 15, 2016
Linked ArticleHope that cold-day-in-hades attitude falls to the wayside
Sep 18, 2016 By Mike Brady
Linked ArticleCalifornia Indian Casino Project Near Napa Causes Turf War
September 17, 2016 By David Sheldon
Linked ArticleOroville Konkow Maidu tribe petitions for national recognition
By Heather Hacking, Chico Enterprise-Record POSTED: 09/17/16
Linked ArticleNumber of “granny gamblers” on the rise
16 Sep 2016, GMT Report
Linked ArticleButte County tribe seeking federal recognition
By Steve Schoonover, Chico Enterprise-Record Posted: 09/16/16
Linked Article chemical/x-pdbCasino land could be dropped from Elk Grove outlet mall agreement
Sep 15, 2016, Ben van der Meer Staff Writer Sacramento Business Journal
Linked ArticleState, Inland Native American tribes OK gaming, education pacts Gov. Brown recently signed legislation that ratifies new compacts with local tribes, including Pechanga and San Manuel.
By AARON CLAVERIE / STAFF WRITER Published: Sept. 14, 2016 Updated: Sept. 15, 2016
Linked ArticleBrown Signs New Gaming Compact with Barona Indians
Linked ArticleCasino proposed for downtown Sacramento’s historic Elks Tower
By Ryan Lillis [email protected] Sept. 12, 2016
Linked ArticleUS Online Gambling OUTLOOK FOR 2017
September 11, 2016 James Guill
Linked Article object codeIndian tribe reportedly looking to Solano, not Napa, for possible casino
BARRY EBERLING Sept. 10, 2016
Linked ArticleCasino land sale passes 3-2
By BRIAN COSNER News Review Staff Writer 2016-09-09
Linked ArticleHouse panel OKs bill to change how tribes get federal recognition
By Aida Chavez | Cronkite News Friday, Sept. 9, 2016
Linked ArticleCongressman proposes water agreement benefiting Pechanga Tribe
By Newsroom on September 9, 2016
Linked Article application/x-troff-meUniting, one step at a time
Sep 8, 2016
Linked ArticleCasino emails: bias and information delays but no smoking gun
The Daily Independent | Wednesday, 7 September 2016 BY JESSICA WESTON AND AARON CRUTCHFIELD
Linked ArticleCasino land sale approved 3 to 2: Breeden struggles visibly with vote

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