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  • Tribal casinos expand and go upscale

    Tribal casinos expand and go upscale

    To attract more customers and revenue, many Western tribal casinos are adding resort hotels, golf, spas and fancy restaurants.

  • Racetrack

    California’s Proposition 64 could limit environmentalists’ power to sue; Washington’s Initiative Measure 892 would expand gambling; new voters registering, including Nevada felons

  • Casinos coming to Navajo Nation

    After long resistance to gambling, the Navajo Nation has decided to allow casinos on the reservation

  • Tribal casinos don’t like competition

    Tribal casinos don’t like competition

    The Fort Sill Apache want to build a casino in New Mexico, but established gaming tribes oppose their efforts.

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