American Indian gaming revenue zoomed in 2015, growing at a rate more than double that seen in 2014 and surpassing all other segments of the casino industry
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Casino opponents are preparing to take the case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
A 14-story hotel with more than 500 rooms is due to open later this year at casino in southern California.
The $33 million expansion in Wittenberg, Wisconsin, is due to be finished later in the year amid the controversy.
Joel Frank Sr. was honored during the National Indian Gaming Association’s conference as the recipient of the 7th Annual Tim Wapato Sovereign Warrior Award.
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Taking a closer look at what exactly Indian gaming is, and where those riches from an Indian casino goes.
The agreement allows officers in Clark County, Washington, to enforce the law on the reservation.
The lawsuit accuses Wisconsin of violating Class III gaming agreements and the Ho-Chunk Nation of engaging in illegal gaming.
The National Indian Gaming Association held its annual conference recently in which it was a return to the roots of NIGA – supporting tribal gaming business
Racism and Ryan Zinke — two hurdles the tribe must overcome in order to move forward with the project.
The Spokane Tribe is counting on the Trump team to defend its gaming project from a lawsuit filed by a rival in Washington state.
An amendment to the tribe’s Class III gaming compact authorizes up to four more casinos in southern California.
Rep. Markwayne Mullin responded to a constituent in the town of Jay by saying, “You said you pay for me to do this. Bull crap. I pay for myself.”
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Chairwoman Cheryl Andrews-Maltais called on officials in Massachusetts to drop their long-running attempts to assert jurisdiction over her people’s homeland.
The ilani Casino Resort in Washington survived a slew of legal challenges and is the first gaming facility approved in the wake of a major Supreme Court decision.
President Donald Trump’s policies and budget cuts threaten tribal rights, tribal sovereignty, cultural identity, and underserved tribal communities.
In a positive move for tribal interests, the nation’s highest court refused to reopen a lawsuit that targeted the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation.
The Seneca Nation made its final payment to the state of New York as part of their gaming compact, but that hasn’t stopped them from being good neighbors.
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On Good Friday, the struggle to uphold treaty rights and protect natural resources, vital to the future of Federally recognized American Indians continues.
After just a month in office, the new leader of the Department of the Interior has made it harder for tribes to open off-reservation casinos.
The Goldwater Institute aims to dismantle a landmark law called the Indian Child Welfare Act. A move that has been met by Native supporters of the law.
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Karen Diver honored by the Clayton Jackson Mcghie Memorial for her work toward racial equity and tribal sovereignty, and answers some questions about politics.
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Off-reservation Indian gaming projects approved by the Obama administration’s Department of the Interior have gained scrutiny from Rep. Rob Bishop.
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In a unanimous decision, a federal appeals court confirmed that the tribe can use its reservation in Massachusetts for a modest casino.
Max Garett Moede apparently set fire to his trailer home at the 4 Bears Casino and Lodge after losing his job at the facility.
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