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Voters Signal Support for Casino Plan

Tribal casinos in Barstow, Calif., have taken another step toward gaining a footing about 120 miles west of the Nevada border

San Pablo Defends Card Room

ews Brief: An East Bay city staunchly defended its tribal card room in a letter sent Tuesday to a U.S. senator who's trying to shut it down, predicting fiscal doom should that happen and offering the tribe's written vow not to expand.

Barstow Voters Support Casino

More than 80 percent of Barstow voters shot down a ballot measure Tuesday that could have blocked the Big Lagoon/Los Coyotes casino resort from being developed in Barstow.

Court Rules Mega Millions Legal in California

ews Brief: A Sacramento Superior Court judge ruled late Tuesday that California's multi-state Mega Millions game is legal and authorized to operate in California.

Black Oak Casino, California Tribe Sponsor Golf Tournament

Black Oak Casino and the Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk are pleased to announce their two-year commitment as presenting sponsor of the 2006 Northern California Open Championship.

California Gambling Revenue Rises

News Brief: Gambling in California, fueled in large part by the expansion of Indian casinos, has grown into an industry worth more than $13 billion a year, according to a report released Wednesday by the state attorney general.

Pechanga Celebrity Poker Challenge with a Twist

At the Pechanga Resort and Casino’s Celebrity Poker Challenge, celebrity players play a game of no limit Texas hold’em poker with a twist.

California Tribal Gaming Rights Threatened

News Brief: California lawmakers are urging swift passage of a U.S. Senate bill to roll back the Lytton Band of Pomo Indians' gaming rights at the tribe's Casino San Pablo.

CNIGA Disputes California Gaming Report

According to the CNIGA, a report on California gaming commissioned by the California Attorney General contains some errors and misleading information that contradicts points made

Pechanga Puts Additional High School on $400,000 Contribution Roster

News Brief: The tribal leaders and the management of Pechanga Resort & Casino have committed to making a yearly donation of $50,000 to each of the high schools in the Temecula Valley.

Inside Gaming Column: Immigrant Protest Has Little Effect on Strip

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

Albany Track Project Opponents Say They Have Signatures for Ballot Measure

News Brief: Opponents of development proposed at Albany's Golden Gate Fields racetrack said they expect to qualify a measure on the November ballot that could kill or limit the $30

Inside Gaming: Few Chips in Play at Venetian Poker Room

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

Tribe Tries Again for Amador County Casino

News Brief: Tribe hires an environmental consulting firm in hopes of gaining the governor's approval for a $200 million casino.

Poll: Californians Oppose Tribal Gaming Expansion

Two-thirds of California voters oppose growing efforts by some Indian tribes to build casinos in urban centers of the state, according to the results of a new statewide survey released today by the East Bay Coalition Against Urban Casinos.

Schwarzenegger Turns to Tribes for Help

News Brief: Three years after bashing Indian gaming tribes on the way to the governor's office, Arnold Schwarzenegger is quietly reaching out to California's most powerful tribal leaders as he prepares for what could be a difficult re-election campaign.

Public Comments on California Tribal Casino Plans

ews Brief: At a BIA’s meeting, the public had a chance to speak for or against the Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeno Indians and the Big Lagoon Rancheria project that would be placed on 45 acres on Lenwood Road.

Pechanga Casino Enacts Tips Pool

News Brief: Next month, Pechanga Resort & Casino near Temecula will become the latest tribal gaming hall in California to require table game dealers to pool their tips and split them equally instead of keeping what they make individually.

California Compact Bill Move Angers Tribes

News Brief: A bill to ratify gaming compacts between the governor and two American Indian tribes was pulled Tuesday before going to the state Senate, sparking angry exchanges Wedne

Tribes That Worked to Bring Casinos to California Split Over New Compacts with State

Part three in a series looking at San Diego's Indian gaming industry and its effect on Las Vegas and the casino industry.

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