Multiple casinos in New York were jockeying to open the state’s first legal sportsbook. The Oneida Nation is among the pack leaders.READ MORE
The first casino in the world to earn TRUE — Total Resource Use and Efficiency — Zero Waste certification is Tribally owned.READ MORE
Investigation Into Claims of Minority Status to Win Federal Contracts Prompts St. Louis to Decertify 5 Operators
Officials in St. Louis have decertified at least five businesses that had claimed Native American status to receive minority set-aside government contracts.READ MORE
North Carolina may join the cohort of states that permit sports betting at Tribal casinos. On Monday, the House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed SB 154, which now goes to Governor Roy Cooper for his approval; he has 30 days to sign it.READ MORE
Seminole Nation-owned Hard Rock International has signed a joint venture agreement with Indianapolis-based Spectacle Entertainment to adapt the Hard Rock brand for a casino set to open in Gary, Indiana.READ MORE
Shinnecock Nation Defends its Right to Advertise on Billboards Despite Opposition in Affluent Southampton
The Shinnecock Indian Nation’s 60-foot tall LED screen billboard presides over Sunrise Highway in Southampton — prime advertising space for any business.READ MORE
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