California Nations Indian Gaming Association News

28 Jan 2005
News Brief: In a speech billed as the ‘State of Tribal Nations,’ the chairman of California Nations Indian Gaming Association called for casino-owning tribes to settle their differences.
8 Dec 2004
The California Nations Indian Gaming Association reports that Allen Lawson has been elected vice chair and Michael Hunter has been reelected secretary of the organization.
19 Oct 2004
e California Nations Indian Gaming Association demands an apology from Governor Schwarzenegger for a statement made during a campaign rally in San Diego.
27 Sep 2004
News Brief: Jacob Coin, the executive director for California’s dominant Indian gambling lobby, resigned this week in what may be another sign of turmoil within the powerful organization.
7 Jan 2004
Agreeing with Governor Schwarzenegger that increasing jobs should be the state's top priority, CMIGA underscored that Indian gaming casinos have created 42,000 new jobs in recent years.
7 Jan 2004
Tribal sovereignty, gaming regulations, inter-governmental cooperation and media coverage will be among the issues discussed at the 9th annual Western Indian Gaming Conference.
4 Dec 2003
Anthony Miranda was elected chairman of the California Nations Indian Gaming Association at the organization’s annual meeting.