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Linked Article Fear Itself
By Richard Schuetz Mon, Aug 10, 2020
Linked Article Distanced blackjack and poker? First California cardroom reopens
Rusty Simmons August 9, 2020
Linked Article ‘Just Trying To Survive’: Tracy Casino Reopens Outdoors
Marlee Ginter August 8, 2020
Linked Article HYPOCRISY: California Indian Tribes Cancel Their 2020 Pow Wows Due to Coronavirus, Keep Casinos Open
BY BRIAN HEWS • August 8. 2020
Linked Article Troff document Newsom supports EMC relocation project
August 5, 2020
Linked Article object code Amador tribe enters gaming compact with state, clearing way for Plymouth casino
Emily Hamann August 4, 2020
Linked Article Rosamond casino lays off 20, closes amid pandemic restrictions
August 4, 2020
Linked Article Hoopa ceases non-emergency operations, 6 active Covid-19 cases on the reservation
August 4, 2020
Linked Article chemical/x-ncbi-asn1-binary Eagle Mountain heading to state for approval
Charles Whisnand August 4, 2020
Linked Article Governor Newsom Signs Tribal Compacts and Concurs with U.S. Department of the Interior Decision
August 4, 2020
Linked Article The United Auburn Indian Community Supports California Problem Gambling Nonprofit Despite Current Economic Uncertainties
August 3, 2020
Matthew Kredell August 3, 2020
Linked Article The Lake County Bloom
August 3, 2020
Linked Article San Jose wants voters to raise card room taxes, add more table games
Katie Lauer August 2, 2020
Linked Article Redding is trying to 'kill' Win-River's expansion plan, lawsuit alleges
Michele Chandler Redding Record Searchlight
Linked Article Elk Valley Rancheria announces permanent closure of Tsunami Lanes
July 29, 2020 Tsunami Lanes has closed permanently according to the chairman of Elk Valley Rancheria, which owns the bowling center in Crescent City.
Linked Article Haskell source code Quechan Casino reopens after more than four months
April Hettinger July 29, 2020
Linked Article After 250 years, Big Sur land finally returned to Native American tribe
Andrew Chamings July 28, 2020 'We plan on keeping this land forever'
Linked Article Historian Alexandra Stern Reflects on Landmark Ruling for Native Americans
Robert Cable July 24, 2020 The Supreme Court ruled that Oklahoma state authorities do not have the authority to prosecute criminal cases involving Native Americans on their tribal lands.
Linked Article Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City is under construction — here’s what it will offer
Alex Groves July 28, 2020
Linked Article Bear River Casino Responds to News That An Employee Tested Positive for COVID-19
Ryan Burns July 24, 2020
Linked Article New California Bill Could Expand State’s Indigenous Repatriation Laws
Claire Selvin July 24, 2020
Linked Article Bear River Casino employee tests positive for COVID-19; casino remains open
Shomik Mukherjee July 24, 2020
Linked Article Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City pushes forward with construction, plans to hire 500 employees
Amanda Ulrich July 21, 2020
Linked Article application/x-troff-ms Tribal casinos’ continued operation deemed ‘patently unfair’ by Fresno-area cardrooms
Rachel Lewis July 21, 2020
Linked Article The Big Problem With A Small Number: 0.000041%
Richard Shuetz July 20, 2020
Linked Article More Chumash Casino Resort employees test positive for COVID-19
July 20, 2020 There are 13 cases among staff members to date
Linked Article After Just 4 Days Open, Blue Lake Casino Again Closes
Ashley Harrell July 20, 2020 Blue Lake Casino has again shuttered its doors due to the pandemic.
Linked Article Fantasy Springs postpones all large concerts until 2021
Jesus Reyes July 20, 2020
Linked Article Coronavirus: Cardrooms cry foul as California tribal casinos ignore Newsom’s pleas to shut down
Michael Cabanatuan July 17, 2020

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