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California Casino Bill Clears First Hurdle

News Brief: A bill to halt an East Bay Indian tribe's casino plans cleared its first hurdle last week, moving out of the U.S. Senate Indian Affairs Committee to the Senate floor on a 10-3 vote.

Rohnert Park Casino Won't Face Ballot

News Brief: A $200 million agreement between the city of Rohnert Park and an Indian tribe to build a casino and hotel near the city can proceed without voter approval, a state appeals court ruled Thursday.

Barstow Petitions for Casino Vote

News Brief: A Barstow, California, committee pushing for an Indian casino plans to start circulating a petition Saturday to place the issue on the Nov. 8 ballot.

Panel Votes Against California Tribal Casino Plans

News Brief: A Senate panel has approved Senator Dianne Feinstein's bill to force the Lytton Band of Pomo Indians to scrap its plans for a casino in San Pablo and go through rigorous state and federal approvals before moving ahead with slot-machine gambling at its card club.

Black Oak Casino Helps Local Economy

Black Oak Casino is becoming a major benefit to the economic and tourism development of Tuolumne County, California.

Casino Neighbors Worried About Waste Water

News Brief: Golden Acorn Casino neighbors are concerned over waste water released by the casino.

Tehama County Receives Casino Donation

News Brief: The Tehama County Board of Supervisors accepted $300,000 in donations from the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians.

Yurok Bets on Casino Negotiations

News Brief: The Yurok Tribe is hopeful that casino negotiations with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will provide the economic and infrastructure relief their reservation needs to provide a better quality of life for their members.

California Gambling Commission Changes Measure

News Brief: In response to criticism from several quarters, California's gambling commission has agreed to narrow a measure that would allow it to conduct more of its business behind closed doors.

Mega Millions Fever Sweeps California

For the first time ever, Californians can now play a multi-state lottery game and win Mega Millions.

California Casino Plans Move Forward

News Brief: Plans for a $186 million Indian casino-hotel in Barstow, California, are moving forward, despite previous fears of new state and federal policies governing off-reservation casinos.

Absolute Poker Hosts Charity Event

Absolute Poker has partnered with the poker event producer Outlaws of Poker and Hawaiian Gardens Casino to host the Hawaiian Garden's Super 7 Series benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

No More Money for California's Gambling Commission

News Brief: California’s beleaguered gambling commission, a scrappy band of 48 employees, will not receive any reinforcements under the new state spending plan.

California Ballot Initiative Criticized

News Brief: The proponents of an Indian gaming ballot initiative are demanding that the city attorney revise her summary of it immediately.

California Tightens Tribal Casino Rules

News Brief: The Schwarzenegger administration continued to tighten its ground rules for Indian casinos in a new pair of agreements released yesterday.

Pauma Casino Room is Dry Zone

News Brief: Due to the Pauma Indian band's new state gambling compact, the county’s about-face concerning potential impacts and general lack of communication, the new annex of Casino Pauma is an alcohol-free zone.

California Tribe Focused on Merced County

News Brief: The California Valley Miwok tribe is focused only on western Merced County near Los Banos as a spot for a new casino.

Feng Shui Brings Harmony to Pechanga Resort and Casino

Pechanga Resort & Casino’s new High Limited Gaming Area was designed and constructed with ancient Chinese Feng Shui principles in mind to promote balance and harmony for its guests.

California Tribes Match Strip Win

Gaming revenues of $5.3 billion produced by California's 56 Indian casinos in 2004 equaled the gaming win reported by resorts on the Strip during the same calendar year, according to a national study of tribal-operated gaming being released today.

Couple Sues Harrah's, Rincon Tribe Over Fire Death

News Brief: A couple whose daughter died in the 2003 Paradise fire filed suit Monday against Harrah's and a band of Indians, alleging they refused to equip firefighters with the resources needed to protect the reservation.

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