Tag Archives: tribal gaming
- Oklahoma gov wants new tribal gaming compacts, tribes say no
July 12, 2019
Kevin Shift doesn’t believe the Native Indian tribes in the state are playing nicely and feels that they should give up more of their revenue to the state’s wallet.
- Trump suggests new boss for National Indian Gaming Commission
July 1, 2019
Trump has now announced his selection for the new chairman, an individual described as a “fierce” advocate for native tribes in the country.
- Tribal casino in Martha’s Vineyard needs local permission, says judge
June 21, 2019
The Aquinnah Wampanoag tribe wanting to build a casino in Martha’s Vineyard may not need to have state or local permission to offer gambling, but it does need permission to build.
- California gaming tribes vow to appeal cardroom ruling
June 20, 2019
California tribal gaming operators vow to appeal federal court ruling dismissing their lawsuit v. state for allowing 'player-banked' games at cardrooms.
- Mashpee gaming fund account inexplicably short $250 million
June 13, 2019
The odds for Mashpee Wampanoag tribe to build a casino in Massachusetts have just been reduced even more.
- Casino in Martha’s Vineyard delayed again over as scrutiny mounts
May 20, 2019
Things began to look more promising and the project seemed to be ready to move forward, but the fight rages on and there has been yet another obstacle put on the path of the casino.
Massachusetts gaming regulator finds new chief
October 1, 2018
Wynn Resorts strips Wynn name from Boston Harbor project
April 28, 2018
MGM Springfield adds more poker tables, because kids love ’em
September 29, 2017
Caesars up ante in legal war with Massachusetts and Wynn Resorts
January 5, 2014