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Linked Article Bill to Promote Safety on Indian Casino Reservations Introduced as Tribal Operators Forced to Defend IGRA
Katie Barlowe October 08, 2017
Linked Article Agua Caliente tribe announces it will build large cultural center and spa in downtown Palm Springs
Barrett Newkirk Oct. 8, 2017
Linked Article Is Elk Grove Prime To Become a Prostitution, Human Trafficking Hub?
Elk Grove News Oct. 8, 2017
Linked Article audio/x-realaudio Bill to Promote Safety on Indian Casino Reservations Introduced as Tribal Operators Forced to Defend IGRA
October 08, 2017 By Katie Barlowe
Linked Article Tribes ‘Oversold’ on Sports Betting, Suggests Pechanga Chairman
David Sheldon Oct. 7, 2017 The economic benefits of legal and regulated sports betting may have been oversold to tribal operators, according to the leader of California’s Pechanga tribe.
Linked Article Troff document (with manpage macros) Tribes ‘Oversold’ on Sports Betting, Suggests Pechanga Chairman
David Sheldon Oct. 7, 2017 The economic benefits of legal and regulated sports betting may have been oversold to tribal operators, according to the leader of California’s Pechanga tribe.
Linked Article Former Owner of M8trix Casino in Court… Again
Jared Bates Oct. 6, 2017
Linked Article The Most Wasteful Government Agency You've Never Heard Of
Christian Britschgi Oct. 6, 2017 The Navajo Housing Authority has a long and storied history of waste, fraud, and abuse of federal funds.
Linked Article object code Have You Heard Of San Pablo Lytton Casino?
Martin Derbyshire Oct. 5, 2017
Linked Article Gaming compact officially ratified by governor
The Recorder Oct. 5, 2017
Linked Article Troff document California Governor signs Wilton Rancheria gaming compact
Adam Morgan October 5, 2017
Linked Article Tribes push back on IGRA reforms, human trafficking concerns in Senate hearing
Aaron Stanley October 5, 2017
Linked Article Sacramento-area tribe to build large casino resort in Elk Grove
Lizzie Johnson Oct 4, 2017 The Wilton Rancheria tribe has struggled for decades. Many of its members were murdered during the violence against indigenous people that swept through the Sacramento Valley in the 1800s. The tribe’s federal recognition was also stripped in 1958 and was not restored until 2009.
Linked Article Backlash to Allergan's tribal patent deal builds as House lawmakers launch probe
Eric Sagonowsky Oct. 4, 2017
Linked Article Wilton Rancheria casino project wins approval from Gov. Jerry Brown
Ellen Garrison Oct. 03, 2017 Still, a cadre of local opponents, cardroom owners and gambling watchdog Stand Up for California are continuing to fight the tribe’s efforts.
Linked Article Wilton Rancheria State Gaming Compact Signed Into Law by Gov. Brown
Elk Grove News Oct 3, 2017 Wilton Rancheria Chairman Hitchcock said construction of the proposed $400 million casino in south Elk Grove could start as early as the summer of 2018.
Linked Article More scrutiny for Allergan over Native American tribe deal
Meg Tirrell Oct. 2, 2017
Linked Article Is the Lottery a Regressive Tax Against the Poor and Blacks?
Frederick Reese Oct. 2, 2017
Linked Article Native American Leaders Meet to Discuss Cannabis Businesses on Tribal Lands
Tyler Koslow Oct. 2, 2017 Tribal leaders from California and Washington state believe that the marijuana industry could reap massive economic and health benefits for their communities.
Linked Article Graton casino ‘data breach’ potentially reveals some patrons’ Social Security numbers
MARTIN ESPINOZA Sept 30, 2017
Linked Article LaMalfa bill could restore Siskiyou tribe’s federal recognition
David Smith Sept. 29, 2017
Linked Article 2 Meetings About County Pact With Tribe Over Camp 4 Set for Solvang, Buellton
Janene Scully Sept. 29, 2017 Sessions will focus on tentative agreement between Santa Barbara County and the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians
Linked Article Allergan’s Gambit: How To Maneuver Around an Unfriendly Law
Paul Alexander Sept. 29, 2017
Linked Article San Jose Casino Opens Amid Expectations, Controversy
Len Ramirez Sept. 29, 2017
Linked Article Octet Stream Water bailout? Colorado River tribes pose statewide leasing idea
Tony Davis Sept. 28, 2017
Linked Article Where there is smoke there is usually fire
Julian Cohen Sept 28, 2017
Linked Article image/x-jg Solano County/tribal partnership may start
Rachel Raskin-Zrihen Sept. 28, 2017
Linked Article Troff document Disputed poll casts more light on question of Lytton lands going into trust
Stuart Tiffen Sept. 28, 2017 Survey disputed by officials
Linked Article object code American-Made Structural Steel Reinforces Soboba's Replacement Casino
PRWeb Sept. 27, 2017 The Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians replacement casino and resort project has moved to the next level by installing 5,500 tons of structural steel that will allow the construction to move upwards.
Linked Article text/x-sh Tentative Camp 4 agreement met with backlash
KASEY BUBNASH Sept. 27, 2017