Tag Archives: indian gaming
- Alan Meister of Nathan Associates on Indian Gaming Revenue
March 17, 2015
Rebecca Liggero talks to economist and Nathan Associates' Principal Economist Alan Meister as he talks about Indian Gaming Revenue. Dr. Alan Meister is an economist specializing in the application of economic analysis to litigation, regulatory, public policy, and strategic business matters. Dr. Meister has extensive experience analyzing economic issues related to the gaming industry,...
- Reforms on Native American recognition could open up the possibility for more tribal casinos
August 18, 2014
New rules proposed by the Obama administration could see a dramatic rise in recognized Native American tribes in the US, opening the opportunity for more tribes to secure rights to operate a casino. The proposed federal acknowledgement reform will make it easier for tribes to gain federal recognition as an...
- Sen. John McCain and Jeff Flake propose legislation to block casino projects in metro Phoenix area
July 30, 2014
Arizona senators John McCain and Jeff Flake have introduced a bill that will prohibit any new casinos in metropolitan Phoenix. The legislation seeks to block a planned casino being developed by the Tohono O'odham Reservation on unincorporated land less than two miles away from Jobing.com Arena (home of the NHL’s...
- Indian gaming revenues at highest level to date
March 6, 2012
Indian gaming revenues rose to their highest level ever after rebounding from a decline in 2009. Figures for 2010 showed revenues for the U.S. market rose 1.3 percent to $26.73 million. Increases on a national basis were in stark contrast to some states. California is the nation’s largest Indian gaming...