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November - December 2001
Indian Gaming News

28th December    California     Source: Sacramento Bee
State's slot machines on the rise

28th December    Alberta, Canada    Source: The Globe & Mail
Alberta native bands eager for casinos
Alberta presently has 16 casinos, second only to British Columbia with 18.

27th December    Sacramento, California    Source:
Number of slot machines in California doubled in a year, figures show

27th December    San Diego & Las Vegas    Source: Yahoo/PRNewswire
Anchor Gaming Enters Into Agreement With Pala Band of Mission Indians and Jerome H. Turk

22nd December    California     Source: The Desert Sun
Cities may recover costs with casino bill

12th December    Connecticut     Source:
Mohegan Sun to spend $100 million for parking, buses

11th December    Connecticut    Source: Hotel Online/Indian Country Today - Dec 7th
Today's Fear of Flying Favors Tribal Casinos in Uncasville, Conn., Area

28th November    Washington    Source: Yahoo Daily News/AP
Court: Tribes Must Pay Gambling Tax

27th November    San Diego    Source: San Diego Union-Tribune
Lack of casino-crime laws puts state in a quandary
California officials are finding that there are little or no laws on the book to deal with cheating and other offences in the states new Indian casinos.

22nd November    Albuquerque, New Mexico    Source: Las Angeles Times
Government OKs N.M. Indian Gambling

19th November    Saratoga, New York    Source: The Saratogian
Church joins anti-casino fight

18th November    New York   Source: Syracuse Post-Standard
Poll: New Yorkers like Indian casinos 

18th November    Sacramento    Source: Los Angeles Times
Card Clubs Fight Tribal Gambling
The Card Clubs argue that Proposition 1a allowing only Californian Native Indian Tribes to operate casinos is discriminatory.

17th November    Sacramento    Source: Yahoo/PRNewswire
California Indian Gambling Challenged In Court
Statement by CNIGA Concerning the Filing of Lawsuit Against Proposition 1A

17th November    Ontario, Canada    Source: National Post
Millions at stake in native dispute over casino profit
Casino Rama located on the Chippewa Indian reserve near Orillia opened in 1996 and is owned by the Ontario Government.

16th November    Phoenix, Arizona    Source: San Diego Union-Tribune/AP
Tribes launch campaign in anticipation of casino fight

15th November    Monticello, New York   Source: Yahoo/Business Wire
Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe, Park Place Sign Catskill Casino Resort Agreements

11th November    Michigan   Source: Detroit News
Tribes don't have to pay slot machine revenue to state.

9th November    Albany, New York   Source: The New York Post
RFK.jr may sue to stop casinos

8th November    California   Source: San Diego Union-Tribune & Sacramento Business Journal
Pala Casino uncovers attempted cheating scam, alters card-dealing
A $100 million Indian casino/hotel slated for West Sac

8th November    Wisconsin   Source: Gazette Extra
McCallum says casinos aren't  answer to state's budget problem