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Fountain doesn’t want it, and Cripple Creek surely doesn’t either. But there are rumblings that an American Indian tribe is considering building a casino about 10 miles south of Colorado Springs. Earlier this week, lobbyists for the Colorado Gaming Association, the casino industry’s trade association, met with several elected officials in El Paso County to […]

Native American gambling establishments, which now generate more than $22.8 billion annually in revenue, came into existence after President Ronald Reagan signed the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act during 1988. That law grew out of a 1976 Supreme Court decision, Bryan v. Itasca County. The Bryans, a Chippewa couple living in a mobile home on an […]