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The Internal Revenue Service has ordered a Florida Indian tribe to pay $170 million for failing to withhold taxes on gambling distributions. Members of the Miccosukee tribe have been billed a total of $58 million for unpaid taxes and penalties, The
When you think about gambling in America, the first thing that probably comes to mind is Las Vegas. But Las Vegas currently represents just 10 percent of U.S. gaming industry revenue. This is according to a new report from Bank of America Merrill
Nearly half of all Native American tribes across the country are benefiting from casinos and other gaming revenues...But growing threats to that revenue due to competition from non-Indian gaming are forcing many tribes to look for other investment
MailTribune.com Mail Tribune A Medford casino proposed by the Coquille Indian Tribe is under review by the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs in the first phase of what could be a lengthy process. The city of Medford last week received a letter from
Opponents of a proposed casino in Madera County failed Tuesday to convince a Washington, D.C.-based federal judge to block the project with a temporary injunction. But the legal fight will continue, in the nation's capital rather than California.
But Arizona tribes took in nearly $1.8 billion last fiscal year even after paying off their winnings. And that's the best since 2009. "Gaming is essentially driven by people's disposable income," said state Gaming Director Mark Brnovich. "So the fact
Steamboat Springs The prospect of an Indian casino in Hayden is much likelier as a result of a June 2011 policy shift at the federal level that removed a Bush-era requirement that such casinos be in close proximity to the reservations of the tribes
Since he dropped out of Seattle Central Community College , Alex Fitzgerald said, he's found the good life: winning more than $2.5 million as a professional online-poker player and quickly becoming one of the hottest young gamblers in the world.
Revenue from tribal casinos in Arizona has risen for the eighth consecutive quarter. The Arizona Department of Gaming reported Monday that the tribes' payments to the state will be about $25.1 million for the quarter that ended June 30.
The Princeton City Council has unanimously voted to adopt a video gaming ordinance to go along with a new state law. At this week's meeting, Princeton City Manager Jeff Clawson said he put together a video gaming ordinance, based on changes in the