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Lawyers for New Mexico-based Pojoaque Pueblo presented on Monday a federal appeals court with arguments in an appealed case that could impact the way tribes and states negotiate the terms of casino compacts. The Indian community appealed a lower court ruling that prevented it from negotiating a gambling compact with the US Department of the Interior rather than with New Mexico. Under the current tribal regulations, an Indian nation must reach an agreement with the state its members reside in in order to be able to run a gambling venue there.

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Sep 30, 2015
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Australian gambling operator Echo Entertainment announced earlier today a planned re-branding in a bid to bring its Brisbane, Gold Coast, and Sydney casino properties under the same name. Group shareholders will be requested to back the name change at the annual general meeting, which is scheduled to take place in November.

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Aug 29, 2015
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Florida’s federally recognized Seminole Tribe and state officials are to head into mediation in order to avoid a potential deadlock in talks regarding the tribal casinos’ monopoly over blackjack and other table games.

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Aug 27, 2015
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The Malta Gaming Authority, an independent body responsible for the regulation of gambling activities in the country, announced earlier today that it had started reviewing Malta’s existing gambling laws and those are expected to be updated in the months to come.

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Aug 21, 2015
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Aquis Chief Executive Officer Justin Fung expressed confidence that his company will eventually be granted one of the three Queensland casino licenses. Aquis proposed to build an A$8-billion integrated resort in Cairns. Reportedly, the company would also push for a casino license for the Sheraton Mirage hotel on the Gold Coast.

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Aug 12, 2015