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High Court Won't Hear Thunder Valley Case

News Brief: The U.S. Supreme Court has refused without comment to consider a Placer County citizens group's challenge of Thunder Valley Casino.

Former San Francisco Mayor Lobbying for Casino

News Brief: Former San Francisco mayor, Willie Brown, has been hired by the Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeo Indians of San Diego County and Detroit-based development company BarWest to lobby for a casino.

California Tribe Keeps Casino Business Growing

News Brief: The Rumsey Band of Wintun Indians opened up it’s humble bingo hall 19 years ago. Today it’s opens it’s Cache Creek Casino Resort and is at the top of the casino game.

California Court Asserts Jurisdiction Over Nevada Casinos

A California appeals court has issued a ruling that may make it easier for people to file suit in California against Nevada businesses -- and may even fuel more lawsuits by Californians.

Search Engines Ending US Online Casino Ads

News Brief: Google and Yahoo, two of the most widely used Web search engines, have decided to stop running advertisements for online casinos, a shift that could dampen the growth of Internet gambling.

New California Gambling Agreement Splits Tribes

News Brief: California’s most powerful tribes are divided over Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s new Indian gaming agreement.

San Joaquin Cardrooms May Gain from Slot Initiative

News Brief: San Joaquin County's cardrooms might gain from an initiative to put 30,000 slot machines in 16 California cardrooms and racetracks.

Morongo Casino Expected to Open in November

News Brief: The operators of the new Morongo Resort Casino in Cabazon, California, are expecting 10,000 visitor a day once it opens in November.

Morongo Casino Resort Topped Off

The Morongo Band of Mission Indians celebrates the topping-out of the new Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa with the hoisting of the highest piece of structural steel on to the resort's rooftop.

California Nears $1 Billion Gambling Deal

News Brief: A group of California tribes and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger are near agreement on a deal that could immediately deliver $1 billion or more to the state while lifting the lid on slot machines for Indian casinos.

California Politicians Join Casino Battle

News Brief: Assemblymen Tim Leslie and Dave Cox have sent letters urging to postpone work on the Highway 50 interchange until lawsuits involving the interchange and Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians’ proposed casino are resolved.

Rural Residents Upset with Cache Creek Casino

News Brief: Residents miss the days when Capay Valley was a quiet enclave for organic farmers and nature lovers before the Cache Creek casino was built.

Full-Fledged Casino Resort Opens April 5

News Brief: In less than 20 years' time, the Rumsey Band of Wintun Indians has gone from lending a hand in the building of its Capay Valley bingo hall to overseeing the opening of a full-fledged resort.

Catalina Casino to Celebrate 75th Anniversary

This May, the legendary Catalina Casino will celebrate its 75th Anniversary.

Former Casino Employees in Court

News Brief: Six former employees of Cache Creek Indian Bingo and Casino accused of embezzling $374,000 by manipulating a card game pleaded ‘no contest’ at Yolo County Superior Court.

Governor Schwarzenegger Opposes Proposed Federal Amendments

News Brief: Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has weighed in with pointed opposition to proposed amendments to a landmark federal law that set the legal boundaries for Indian gaming.

California Senator Pushes for Unlimited Tribal Gaming

News Brief: Senator Jim Mattin, who has received $1.3 million in campaign money from California’s casino tribes, is using his position to promote a ballot initiative that would permit unlimited expansion of tribal gambling.

Gambling Expert Sheds Doubt on California Slots Plan

News Brief: A California gambling authority told a group of satellite wagering representatives Monday that he believes a racetrack-sponsored slot machine initiative has little or no chance of passage should it qualify for the state's November ballot.

California Bill Aims to Expand Gambling

News Brief: The Gaming Revenue Act of 2004 is one of four gambling initiatives aiming to get on the November ballot. The initiative could allow slot machines at 11 card rooms and five racetracks statewide.

Critics, Casino Debate Over Work Conditions

News Brief: Coachella Valley residents and workers Tuesday returned to Sacramento to criticize working conditions at the Agua Caliente and Spa Resort casinos and to threaten the tribe’s gambling initiative if it goes to the ballot.

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