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Casino tribes, unions bet big on California campaigns

News Brief: From multimillion-dollar TV ad buys to concert tickets and campaign cash, wealthy gaming tribes, labor unions and others are pressing their case as Sacramento gears up for a fight over the tribes' bids for more slot machines.

Spotlight 29 announces summer line-up

The summer of 2007 is sure to be remembered as the summer of fun at Spotlight 29 Casino, as the casino's Spotlight Showroom is staged to welcome a wide variety of top headliners and events.

Pechanga announces name change of Jade Salon to High-Limit Salon

Pechanga Resort & Casino have announced a name change for the Jade Salon to better reflect the type of games that are being offered.

Morongo Casino expands golf tournament

The Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa 11th Annual Golf Tournament will be the largest in its decade-long history and organizers are expanding the event to support four regional charitable organizations.

California tribes resist new security rules

ews Brief: Hopes for quick agreement on a new set of uniform security rules for California's nearly 60 Indian casinos have been dashed by resistance, if not outright opposition, from a large number of the state's tribes.

California casino standards explained

The California Gambling Control Commission unveiled its proposed minimum internal control standards for Indian casinos Wednesday in a closed-door meeting with tribal officials.

Schwarzenegger pushes to ratify compacts

News Brief: Gov. Schwarzenegger warned Wednesday that the California Assembly's continued refusal to ratify renegotiated casino agreements between the state and five tribes will mean less state money for citizens.

Hot slots pay out a cool $874,000 as two large jackpots hit Agua Caliente Casino

Hot weather combined with a power outage is what brought a Desert Hot Springs couple to Agua Caliente Casino, where they won $782,127.06.

California, tribal officials meet for talks

News Brief: California and tribal officials will meet behind closed doors today to consider adopting federal rules, scuttled by a court ruling last year, that address internal security at Indian casinos.

Agua Caliente casino awards two slot jackpots

Hot weather combined with a power outage is what brought a Desert Hot Springs couple to Agua Caliente Casino, where they won $782,127.06 in the first of two big jackpots at the casino over the weekend.

Commerce Casino installs Lightning Poker

Lightning Poker, Incorporated today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Commerce Casino to install multiple Lightning Poker Tables.

Spotlight 29 celebrates Cinco de Mayo

Sergio Mendes fills the air at Spotlight 29 Casino with Latin sounds on Cinco de Mayo.

Business groups support Morongo compact

Business leaders and organizations in the communities that neighbor the Morongo Band of Mission Indians are announcing their endorsement of the tribe's amended compact ratified last week.

Casino re-opened after bomb threat

News Brief: The Shodaki Casino north of Ukiah is back open for business following a bomb threat and search that shut down the casino early Thursday morning, authorities said.

Senator targeted for pro-tribal casino stance

New Brief: United Here, a union that represents hotel, restaurant and needle-trade workers, has distributed 4,000 door-hangers in Contra Costa County targeting Sen. Tom Torlakson, D-Antioch, and his pro-Indian-gaming stance.

California readies for political showdown

New gambling agreements for five of the state's richest tribes sailed through the Senate Thursday.,setting up a showdown in the Assembly, which has refused to approve the deals.

Morongo compact passes senate

The California State Senate overwhelmingly passed Senate Bill 174, moving the amended Morongo compact one step closer to ratification.

Dixon voters reject proposed racetrack

Magna Entertainment Corp. reports that the outcome of a referendum in Dixon, California on certain entitlements with respect to its proposed horse racing complex was not favorable.

California senate set to vote on casino bills

News Brief: The California senate is set to vote Thursday on bills that would allow five major Southern California tribes, including the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, to expand their gambling operations.

Coachella Valley gaming expansion faces vote

News Brief: The Coachella Valley gaming tribes' gaming expansion must pass a California Senate vote and a state Assembly vote before the deals hammered out with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger are considered ratified.

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