Minnesota Indian Gaming Association News

17 Mar 2020
Due to COVID-19, tribal casinos, racinos and bingo hall across Minnesota have temporarily suspended operations.
23 Jan 2007
A MIGA study shows that rural Minnesota communities got the lion's share of a statewide $429 million indirect economic benefit from 2005 tribal casino employment in the state.
7 Feb 2005
News Brief: According to a poll, about three in five Minnesotans believe the state's Indian tribes should be asked to share some profits with the state to keep their monopoly on casino gambling.
6 Oct 2004
A group representing American Indian bands that run casinos in Minnesota accused Gov. Tim Pawlenty on Tuesday of distorting gambling revenue to increase pressure on them to share profits with the state.
5 Oct 2004
The Minnesota Indian Gaming Association has blasted Governor Pawlenty for deliberately inflating tribal gaming revenue estimates in order to justify his efforts to force tribes into revenue-sharing agreements.