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Linked Article Coyote Valley Tribe Guarantees All Employees Earn A Minimum Of $15 Per Hour
May 11, 2019
Linked Article Yurok Tribe passes hemp ordinance
May 11, 2019 Sonia Waraich Chairman: ‘They’re putting tribes in the driver’s seat’ to create new rules. The Yurok Tribal Council passed an ordinance Thursday to plan for the regulation of hemp in its territory. The tribe is looking to get into the production of high-quality CBD products.
Linked Article 'I came from the White House': Trump tweet coincides with Indian Affairs meeting
Acee Agoyo May 9, 2019
Linked Article Tongva, Los Angeles’ first language, opens the door to a forgotten time and place
Thomas Curwen May 9, 2019
Linked Article Executive Branch Provisions Found in Statutes
Chris Micheli May 6, 2019
Linked Article Can Riverside County tax people leasing Indian trust lands? Ninth Circuit Court says yes.
Amy DiPierro May 6, 2019 The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians spoke at the official opening of a Smithsonian Institution exhibit about life in Section 14.
Linked Article The Fight Against ‘Whoever’: How A JFK-Era Law Is Roiling The U.S. Legal Gambling Industry In 2019
John Brennan May 6, 2019
Linked Article D source code “Contribution of Indian gaming to California is nothing short of spectacular”
May 5, 2019
Linked Article Troff document How one of America’s smallest Indian tribes bounced back from the brink of dying out
Ricardo Lopez May 3, 2019
Linked Article Lake Elsinore Casino owners, linked to group tied to child brides and labeled a hate group, may be denied gaming license
Jeff Horseman May 3, 2019 The Kingston Group reportedly allows girls as young as 15 to marry
Linked Article NIGC Announces MOU with Sycuan Institute on Tribal Gaming
Mavis Harris May 2, 2019
Linked Article Horse racing industry fights for survival in wake of deaths and scrutiny
John Cherwa MAY 02, 2019
Linked Article Tejon Indian casino proposed for south of Bakersfield moves forward after years of work
Sam Morgen May 2, 2019
Linked Article Gamblers, curious visitors swamp opening of new Harrah’s casino in Ione
Davis Harper May 1, 2019
Linked Article House Passes Camp 4 Bill
MAY 1, 2019 Chumash Tribe May Be a Step Closer to a Larger Reservation
Linked Article Troff document Regulators Seek To Shut Down Lake Elsinore Casino Linked To Polygamist Cult
April 30, 2019
Linked Article Harrah's Northern California casino has a soft opening at full capacity
April 30, 2019 The grand opening weekend will be May 17 through 19
Linked Article From negative to positive: Graton's changed perception
Ashley Gieseke April 30, 2019
Linked Article California casino owned by polygamous ‘blood cult’ could soon be shut down
April 29, 2019 BY ANDREW SHEELER
Linked Article chemical/x-mdl-rdfile Proposed central California tribal casino resort takes a step forward
Adam Morgan April 29, 2019
Linked Article Tejon Indian casino proposed for south of Bakersfield moves forward after years of work
• BY SAM MORGEN [email protected] APRIL 26, 2019
Linked Article A family connected to a Utah polygamous sect owns a California casino, and regulators may end up shutting it down
By Nate Carlisle April 26, 2019
Linked Article Massive hotel-casino project one step closer to groundbreaking in Kern County
Apr 26, 2019 by Alex Fisher
Linked Article Court limits landmark tribal groundwater case
Jeremy P. Jacobs, E&E News reporter April 24, 2019
Linked Article County updates letters to BIA over Big Valley trust applications
ELIZABETH LARSON POSTED ON TUESDAY, 23 APRIL 2019
Linked Article Pair snatch cash voucher from female casino patron
by StaffReportTR , April 22, 2019
Linked Article Phoning It In
April 22, 2019 By Richard Schuetz Sat, Apr 20, 2019
Linked Article States see disappointing tax revenue from legal sports betting
Chris Grove APRIL 22, 2019
Linked Article Board of Supervisors to consider responding to BIA over Habematolel Pomo trust application
ELIZABETH LARSON POSTED ON MONDAY, 22 APRIL 2019
Linked Article text/texmacs Federal judge dismisses key pieces of tribe’s claim against local water districts
Evan Wyloge, Palm Springs Desert Sun April 22, 2019