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Problems Revealed in California Tribal Commission

News Brief: Almost half of the Chumash gaming commission have backgrounds that would preclude them from working at casinos in other states.

Federal Bureau Reviews California Casino Proposal

News Brief: Scores of issues and concerns involving a proposed tribal casino resort in Hesperia are under review by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Governor Schwarzenegger Rallies Gambling Opponents

News Brief: Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger urged a supportive San Diego crowd to reject two November ballot measures he says would expand gambling and weaken his negotiations with tribes over taxes and accountability.

California Voters Inundated with Gambling Ads

News Brief: California voters who flip on their televisions over the next 2 1/2 weeks are almost certain to see a deluge of campaign ads about gambling.

Local Officials Oppose California Casino Proposal

News Brief: A proposal to build a 3,000-slot casino and resort near the east side of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge has run into opposition in Marin County, California.

Gambling Expected to Grow in California

News Brief: Even if Governor Schwarzenegger succeeds in getting the two gambling expansion ballot proposals rejected, casino-style gambling will remain one of the fastest growing businesses in California.

California Poll: No Tax on Tribal Gambling

News Brief: Governor Schwarzenegger is riding another winner in his opposition to two measures on next month's ballot that would expand gambling while requiring Indian tribes to give up some of their profits, a nonpartisan poll released Saturday shows.

Tribal Leaders Hail Setback For California Proposition

Tribal leaders attending a conference in Las Vegas on Thursday applauded the likely defeat of a voter initiative in California that threatened to remove their monopoly on slot machines.

California Anti-Gambling Coffers Near $90 Million

News Brief: Combatants in the battle over gambling initiatives on the Nov. 2 ballot raised a combined total of $85.8 million through the end of September, according the latest campaign statements filed Tuesday.

Spectre Gaming Appoints Director

Spectre Gaming, Inc. reports the appointment of Robert Bonev, to the company's Board of Directors.

Schwarzenegger Takes Anti-Gambling Campaign to Silicon Valley

News Brief: California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger called on a gathering of business and political leaders in San Jose to join him in opposing two statewide ballot initiatives that would increase the opportunity gambling at race tracks and card rooms.

California Initiative Backers End Campaign, Pursue Lawsuit

News Brief: Backers of Proposition 68 have dropped their campaign to persuade voters to pass a ballot initiative that would end Indian tribes' slot machine monopoly and expand gambling at horse tracks and card rooms.

California Tribe Proposes Casino by Airport

News Brief: The Lower Lake Rancheria Koi Nation is proposing to build a casino near Oakland International Airport.

California Tribe Makes Second Casino Revenue Payment

News Brief: A $3.5 million check made out to Yolo County, California, was handed over by the Rumsey Band of Wintun Indians Tuesday.

Schwarzenegger Campaigns Against Gambling Propositions

News Brief: Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger today begins a vigorous four-week campaign to oust incumbent Democrats from the Legislature and defeat two propositions that would significantly expand gambling in California.

California Casinos Attract Senior

News Brief: North California seniors have been taking organized trips to Indian casinos for about three years, but it’s not the gambling that draws them.

Magna Moves Forward on California Track Plans

News Brief: Magna Entertainment Corp. is preparing to take another step toward the development of Dixon Downs in Northern California.

Supreme Court Stays Out of California Dispute

News Brief: The Supreme Court on Monday sidestepped a dispute over tribal gambling, a victory for California tribes and their new high-profile supporter, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

San Diego Tribes Move Forwards with Casino Plans

News Brief: For the first time since California voters legalized Nevada-style gambling on Indian lands, two tribes are negotiating with San Diego County to reach agreements that are required before they can break ground on casinos.

Schwarzenegger Opposes San Diego Casino

News Brief: In what could be a significant turning point, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has joined the fight against a controversial Indian casino planned for the rural east San Diego County community of Jamul.

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