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San Carlos Apache Chairman Terry Rambler in a file photo from February, when we was in Washington with leaders of other tribes for meetings on tax issues.

San Carlos Apache Chairman Terry Rambler’s apology for appearing in blackface as part of a Halloween costume brought varied responses – but agreement that the tribal leader should have known better. Read more»

Revenues at Arizona’s 22 tribal casinos grew by $50 million, from $1.75 billion in 2011 to $1.8 billion in 2012, according to a recent report.

Indian gaming revenue in Arizona grew by 3 percent in 2012, even though no new facilities came online and the number of games in the state actually declined that year. Read more»

Witnesses testifying on an Internet gambling bill included, from left, Parry Aftab of FairPlayUSA, National Indian Gaming Association Chairman Ernest Stevens, Keith Whyte of the National Council on Problem Gambling, former New York Sen. Alfonse D’Amato, Chapman University law Professor Kurt Eggert and Dan Romer of the Annenberg Public Policy Center.

A bill to legalize Internet gambling might take little, if any, of the nearly $2 billion Arizona’s tribal casinos gross annually, experts say – but that does not mean that tribes don’t have concerns. Read more»