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California Bill Makes Nonprofit Gaming a Safer Bet

News Brief: Charities beware: that casino night you're planning just might be illegal.

Jamul Casino Report Released Today

ews Brief: The Jamul Indian band is releasing a long-awaited environmental report today on its proposed high-rise casino and hotel, offering hundreds of pages of charts, images and details on one of the state's most controversial Indian gaming projects.

Quechan Tribe Compact Ratified

News Brief: Ending a 14-month wait with unusual speed, the California Assembly voted to ratify a new compact Thursday that would permit the Quechan tribe to build a new mid-sized casino in Imperial County.

California Tribe Continues Fast

News Brief: Members of the Los Coyotes Band of Indians continued their weeklong fast on the state Capitol lawn Tuesday, trying to draw attention to their stalled efforts to run a casino in Barstow, California.

Bicycle Casino Hosts Month Long Poker Tournament

The Bicycle Casino's Legends of Poker is once again hosting thousands of tournament players for their month long poker extravaganza.

Casino Morongo Launches Poker League Night

News Brief: Casino Morongo's Tag Team Poker League begins Sept. 6, and continues every Wednesday night through Dec. 13.

California Deal Clears Senate

News Brief: A deal allowing an Inland tribe to operate 5,000 slot machines narrowly survived a challenge by some Democrats and labor unions Monday, clearing the California Senate by just one more vote than needed.

All that Glitter is not Gold's, Says Lawsuit Seeking Half of Poker Win

Recently crowned World Series of Poker champion Jamie Gold is being sued for half of his mammoth, $12 million winnings.

Tribe Holds Fast for Compact

News Brief: The Los Coyotes Band of Cahilla and Cupeno Indians began a fast at the California Capitol that will continue until the legislature ratifies a gaming agreement, or compact.

Charity Tournament Offers WPT Seat Prize

Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles host poker tournament, where players will have an opportunity to "ante up" for a chance to win $5,000 cash, or a $10,000 buy-in at the World Poker Tour.

Inside Gaming Column: Fuel Prices Pinching Locals Casinos

A selection of news and views from inside the industry this week.

Consultant: California Tribes Could Reap Huge Benefits

News Brief: Pechanga Casino and some of its peers in Southern California could reap mixed but potentially large benefits by following a Coachella Valley Indian tribe's push for expanded casinos on its land, industry consultants said Thursday.

California Tribal Consortia Review Compact

News Brief: Team 206, a consortia of California tribes, reviewed the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians"s new casino compact and were told they may use the amended compact as a template. Desk Points Fliers to LV

Travelers flying from one busy Southern California airport can now get a head start on their Las Vegas vacation moments before they leave the Golden State.

Ultimate Blackjack Tour, Debuting on CBS Nationwide in September, Files Suit Against The Game Show Network

Ultimate Blackjack Tour has filed suit against The Game Show Network alleging breach of implied contract, breach of confidence, unfair competition and unjust enrichment in conjunction with the GSN show, 'World Series of Blackjack.'

Hotel Planned for Golden Acorn Casino

News Brief: Five years after opening one of the region's most remote gambling venues, the Campo Indian band is planning a 150-room hotel in hopes of moving its Golden Acorn Casino beyond a day-trip market.

Los Coyotes In Uphill Battle for Casino

ews Brief: Though the Los Coyotes seemed to be on their way to getting a casino built with the help of city officials in Barstow, California, the band lost a recent battle against wealthier tribes who run casinos.

Inside Gaming Column: Fuel, Transit Troubles Foreseen in Las Vegas's Future

A selection of news and views from inside the industry this week.

County Funds Approved for Easing Casino Impact

News Brief: As part of the final 2006-07 Yolo County budget, the Board of Supervisors approved spending more than $1 million to ease the impacts of the Cache Creek Casino Resort on the Capay Valley.

Barstow Signs Deal With Tribes

The Barstow City Council has approved the City's Municipal Services Agreements with the Big Lagoon Rancheria and Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeno Indians.

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