California Nations Indian Gaming Association News

21 Jun 2023
The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians as well as the Big Valley Band of Pomo Indians joined CNIGA, which has grown 16 tribes in four years.
17 Feb 2023
Alturas Indian Rancheria, Big Sandy Rancheria of Mono Indians, the Colusa Rancheria, the Karuk Tribe and the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation are joining CNIGA.
15 Dec 2021
The association supports 40 tribal gaming operators in California and is one of the largest and most active tribal gaming associations in the U.S.
23 Feb 2016
The California Nations Indian Gaming Association Chairman Steve Stallings issued a statement regarding the introduction of Assemblyman Adam Gray's Internet poker bill, AB 2863.
7 Jan 2016
The CNIGA wants the state to tackle online poker before getting to daily fantasy sports.
15 Dec 2015
Steve Stallings, Councilmember of the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians, has been elected chairman of the CNIGA.
9 Aug 2012
The study finds that tribal government gaming creates more than 52,000 jobs, nearly half billion in revenues, supports local communities and non-gaming tribes.
17 Nov 2011
Sen. Daniel Akaka, Chairman of the Committee on Indian Affairs, heard arguments from both proponents and opponents of regulated online gambling in a hearing on Thursday afternoon.
28 Feb 2011
CNIGA backs Sen. Lou Correa's online gambling legislation.
24 Nov 2010
G2E's iGaming Congress had plenty of brick-and-mortar gaming executives in attendance. And they all wanted to know if Sen. Harry Reid would pass online gambling legislation this year.
7 Feb 2008
The member tribes of the California Nations Indian Gaming Association are pleased that voters once again stood with California's tribal governments and supported Propositions 94-97.
22 Aug 2007
The California Nations Indian Gaming Association has unanimously voted to support four Southern California tribes' and oppose any efforts to overturn the compacts they negotiated with the State of California.
21 Aug 2007
The California Nations Indian Gaming Association announced today that the membership has selected Leon Acebedo as the organization's new executive director.
4 Jun 2007
The California Nations Indian Gaming Association would like to extend our thanks and congratulations to the Morongo, Sycuan, Barona and Rumsey tribal gaming commissions for working with the federal government to investigate and uncover a specific criminal activity ring targeting tribal casinos.
18 Jan 2007
CNIGA Chairman Anthony Miranda gave the annual State of the Tribal Nations Address at the 12th Annual Western Indian Gaming Conference.
4 Jan 2007
California Indian Gaming Association announces the 12th Annual Western The California Nations Indian Gaming Conference to be held Tuesday January 16th through Thursday January 18th at the Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula, California.