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North Dakota tribal casino won't lose jobs

News Brief: Job cuts announced by the North Dakota Three Affiliated Tribes this week do not affect the operation or employees of the tribes’ 4 Bears Casino & Lodge.

North Dakota AG Can't Stop Electronic Bingo

News Brief: The North Dakota attorney general's office cannot stop the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa from pursuing a casino with electronic bingo, even if the machines bear a

North Dakota Tribe Dealt Blow

News Brief: Bad news for the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa's proposed Grand Forks casino came out of Gov. John Hoeven's office Tuesday in the form of a letter explicitly denying that the tribe had the right to open electronic bingo parlors.

Grand Forks Council Irritated by Snub

News Brief: The Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa's failure to report on the progress of its proposed Grand Forks casino to the City Council may have endangered its chances of getting the council's support.

Study: Grand Forks Casino Will Bring Jobs

News Brief: The proposed tribal casino in Grand Forks would bring as many as 446 jobs to town, with wages totaling $12.3 million a year, the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa said today.

Anti-Casino Group in North Dakota Fears Student Vote

News Brief: Many who oppose a proposed Indian casino here evidently think (UND students could be a potent political force) because they're asking the City Council not to put the is

Casino Opponents Hand In Petition

News Brief: Opponents of a proposed Indian casino brought a petition with 4,298 signatures Monday before the Grand Forks City Council.

North Dakota Tribe Seeks Casino

News Brief: A coercive treaty took land in Grand Forks away from the Chippewas, and it would be fair if the descendents of those that took the land helped the descendents of their victims - by letting them build a casino, chief Ken Davis said this week.

Grand Forks May Vote on Casino Issue

News Brief: Many Grand Forks City Council members agree that the city's support for a proposed Indian casino ought to go to a vote of the people.

Manager of Gambling Site Arrested for Theft

News Brief: The manager of an off-track betting site in Fargo was arrested Monday after he confessed to stealing thousands of dollars from his business and then staging a burglary, police said.

Convicted Gambling Parlor Operator Seeks New Trial

Susan Bala, who was sentenced to 27 months in prison for running an illegal gambling business, says she has new evidence that should earn her a new trial.

Grand Forks Works Towards Resolution

News Brief: Grand Forks City Council members said Wednesday they will begin work on a resolution of support for a proposed American Indian casino just south of the city.

Lottery Director: Pump Price Might Hurt Lottery Sales

Higher gasoline prices appear to be slowing lottery ticket sales, the state lottery director says.

North Dakota Sues IQ Fund

North Dakota officials are suing an organization called the IQ Fund, seeking to force it to turn over gambling money for charities.

North Dakota Online Gambling Legislation Passes House

News Brief : State Rep. Jim Kasper’s legislation to allow Internet poker sites to operate inside North Dakota has passed the House.

Internet Poker Arguments Heat up Capitol

News Brief: President of Casino City Press testifies at Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on legislation that would authorize North Dakota to license, regulate and tax Internet poker sites.

Tribes Looking at Casino Along Lake Sakakawea

A casino on the south shore of Lake Sakakawea near here has been discussed for years. Now the project appears closer to development.

eCOGRA Supports North Dakota Bill

The news that a key North Dakota bill seeking to legalise online poker has been welcomed by the online gaming industry's regulatory body.

Web Site is Available for Problem Gamblers

A Web site is available for problem gamblers and their friends and families, the state Human Services Department says.

North Dakota to be Internet Poker Headquarters

News Brief: The North Dakota House voted Wednesday to have the state become a national headquarters for companies that host worldwide live Internet poker.

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