April 24, 2014

Gaming

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N. Idaho tribe says state poker ban doesn’t apply Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 165
Governor lets SE Kansas casino bill become law JOHN HANNA, AP Political Writer TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Gov. Sam Brownback is making it easier for the state to bring a casino to southeast Kansas, despite his personal qualms about expanding legalized gambli Written by JOHN HANNA, AP Political Writer 104
Report: Oklahoma tribal gambling revenue rises Written by KRISTI EATON, Associated Press 568
Revenue growth seen slowing at Indian casinos Written by STEPHEN SINGER, AP Business Writer 503
Ho-Chunk seeks to enter lawsuit over Iowa casino Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 569
2 New Mexico tribes considering opening casinos Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 511
Judge approves deal between NY and Oneidas Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 366
Hard Rock filing indicates interest in AC casino Written by WAYNE PARRY, Associated Press 413
Senate rejects Navajo gambling compact Written by BARRY MASSEY, Associated Press 751
Conn. gambling critics call for repeal of keno Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 469
NC casino developer has long video poker ties Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 570
Maine grapples with slew of gambling bills Written by ALANNA DURKIN , Associated Press 478
Conn. tribe drops suit over taxes on slot machines Written by MICHAEL MELIA, Associated Press 532
Tribe: Existing SC law allows reservation gambling Written by MEG KINNARD, Associated Press 742
New Mexico panel reviews Navajo gambling compact Written by BARRY MASSEY, Associated Press 592
Fort Sill Apache still awaiting word on NM gaming Written by DIANA ALBA SOULAR, Las Cruces Sun-News 588
Okla. tribe sues over Internet gaming website Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 787
Choctaws plan for casino renovation, expansion Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 870
Tribe sues New Mexico over gaming negotiations Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press 715
Deadwood slots can be linked to other states Written by CHET BROKAW, Associated Press 548

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