May 27, 2015

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Brockton residents vote Tuesday on $650 million casino plan Written by PHILIP MARCELO, Associated Press 344
Nambe Pueblo begins work on its first tribal casino Written by Associated Press 866
Oneida set to open new casino Written by Associated Press 914
Federal appeals court says Ho-Chunk can offer video poker Written by Associated Press 928
Mohegan Sun to build casino at Korean airport Written by Associated Press 589
Fort Sill Apache asks New Mexico court to reconsider decision Written by Associated Press 667
‘None of your business’ — Quapaw Tribal official blasts Kansas lawsuit, governor Written by Patrick Richardson, Grove Sun 1311
Kansas seeks court order to block Quapaw Tribe casino Written by Associated Press 662
Gov. signs gambling compacts with 5 New Mexico tribes Written by Associated Press 555
Oneida Indian Nation convenience store to have slot machines Written by Associated Press 661
Legislator ends bid to bring resort casinos to Florida Written by GARY FINEOUT, Associated Press 705
Report: Nearby casinos will siphon $570M from Connecticut Written by MICHAEL MELIA, Associated Press 610
Oklahoma Indian gaming revenues rise while state fees fall Written by Associated Press 647
New Mexico Supreme Court rejects Fort Sill petition Written by Associated Press 485
Okla. Attorney General appeals casino case to US Supreme Court Written by Associated Press 528
Tribe pulls out of proposed casino in southeast Kansas Written by Associated Press 665
Tribes warn Connecticut could lose 18,000 casino, other jobs Written by SUSAN HAIGH, Associated Press 669
Idaho House panel endorses creating a gaming commission Written by KIMBERLEE KRUESI, Associated Press 712
Quapaw’s Downstream Casino Cites Kansas’ Hostile Environment, Lawsuit, For Withdrawing From Proposal Partnership Written by Quapaw Tribe Media Release 634
Tribe weighs options for gambling on Connecticut reservation Written by MICHAEL MELIA, Associated Press 943

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