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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.

California City Opposes Initiative

News Brief: The Porterville City Council has taken a position on Proposition 68 when it resolved unanimously Sept. 22 to oppose the measure.

Panel Optimistic About Online Gaming's Future

In the fourth in a series of summit meetings, a panel of experts agreed that although consumers will have to wait for regulation of online gambling, and for laws to offer them basic protections, there is reason to be encouraged.

California Indian Gambling Lobby Director Resigns

News Brief: Jacob Coin, the executive director for California’s dominant Indian gambling lobby, resigned this week in what may be another sign of turmoil within the powerful organization.

Morongo Firefighters Receive Extra Training

News Brief: The Morongo Fire Station received some special training to deal with possible fires in the towering new Morongo Casino Resort.

California Gambling Initiatives Failing

News Brief: Two California initiatives on Indian gambling are trailing by large margins, despite being backed by tens of millions of dollars from Indian tribes and other gambling interests.

Bicycle Casino Launches Website

The Bicycle Casino has launched of its online gaming site at www.thebike.com.

Bicycle Casino Launches Website

The Bicycle Casino has launched of its online gaming site at www.thebike.com.

Schwarzenegger Opposes Effort to Repeal Casino Amendment

News Brief: Yesterday, Governor Schwarzenegger astonished casino critics when he weighed in against an effort to repeal the Miller amendment and postpone indefinitely the construction of a big new casino in San Pablo.

Calif. Gambling Initiatives Compete on November Ballot

News Brief: As they decide the fate of two gambling initiatives on Nov. 2, voters will also have a third choice -- Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Propositions 68 and 70 at a Glance

A quick rundown on what proposition 68 and 70 mean and who supports them.

New California Tribal Alliance Joins Gambling Fray

News Brief: The Proposition 70 campaign to expand Indian gambling Monday joined the air wars over gaming in a big way, announcing a $30 million broadcast budget to run advertisements through the Nov. 2 election.

Labor Law Said to Favor Tribes Over Competitors

A California attorney said it would take an act of Congress to even the playing field between commercial casinos and those operated by Indian tribes when it comes to labor law.

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