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Linked Article Californian Tribes Renovating Casinos to Better Compete with Las Vegas
A. Mitchell Dec. 19, 2017
Linked Article Viejas unveils details, sets opening date for new hotel
Michele Parente Dec. 18, 2017
Linked Article California Casinos Renovate to Compete with Las Vegas for Resort Customers
Samantha Beckett Dec. 18, 2017
Linked Article Is Bitcoin Just For Fun?
Adam Ozimek Dec. 17, 2017 If they agree Bitcoin is online gambling, then they could then logically decide Bitcoin should be largely illegal in the U.S. like internet gambling. Regulators may decide that the only place you can legally buy or sell Bitcoin's in the U.S. is in a casino. Maybe New Jersey and Nevada will allow it like with online poker, and you have to live in one of those states to participate. I wouldn't be surprised if there are casino lobbyists pushing for this type of regime today.
Linked Article Who controls the water supply? The answer involves a long history of political strife
Nation Dec.17, 2017
Linked Article text/texmacs How the Lines Between Online and Real World are Blurring in Esports
Darren Heitner Dec. 16, 2017 3 reasons why the esports industry is becoming more attached to reality than in its early years.
Linked Article chemical/x-pdb Valley Voice: Let’s all demand higher quality water management
Jeff Grubbe Dec. 16, 2017 Jeff Grubbe, Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians Tribal Chairman, discuss water agencies appealed to the Supreme Court in the Agua Caliente tribe’s lawsuit over groundwater rights. (August 4, 2017) Richard Lui/The Desert Sun
Linked Article DOJ Watchdog Says Indian Country Crime Data Is Unreliable
Michael Phillis Dec. 15, 2017
Linked Article Decades after it was destroyed, Yosemite’s last Native American village is returning
Carmen George Dec. 15, 2017 Yosemite National Park
Linked Article text/texmacs Landmark settlement reached on Santa Margarita River use rights
Tony Ault December 13, 2017