The Oklahoma Supreme Court determines that the governor overstepped his reach in rewriting tribal compacts.
The Eastern Ban of Cherokee Indians had to wait longer than they thought they would, but they believe they could have sports betting ready by March.
Oklahoma guv loses another one as federal court sides with casino tribes that gaming compacts automatically renewed at start of 2020.
Oklahoma Supreme Court rules that Gov. Kevin Stitt exceeded his authority in signing two tribal compacts for sports betting and house-banked games.
Department of the Interior okays Oklahoma tribal betting, gaming compacts; federal judge orders DOI to reconsider Mashpee Wampanoago casino land trust.
The Chickasaw Nation relaunched its gambling efforts in the state yesterday.
Patrons wait their turn to enter casinos operating at reduced capacity as they look to free themselves from the coronavirus lockdown.
The Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association strips two tribes of their memberships over gaming compacts made with the governor.
Oklahoma's Attorney General says Gov. Stitt lacks authority to approve tribal gaming compacts that "authorize gaming activity prohibited by law."