Seminoles, Florida Settle Blackjack DisputeA legal tussle over the Seminole Tribe Of Florida's estimated $2 billion a year gambling operation in the state is over.
Seminoles, State Press Arguments In Gambling CaseThe Seminole Tribe of Florida has asked a federal judge to declare that tribal casinos have permission to keep operating banked card games, including blackjack, for 15 more years.
Federal Judge Sets Trial Date For Seminole Casinos LawsuitA federal judge set a trial date in a lawsuit that could affect casinos run by the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
Florida Asks Federal Judge To Shut Down Blackjack Tables The state of Florida is demanding the Seminole Tribe of Florida immediately shut down blackjack tables at its casinos, going as far as filing a lawsuit to make it happen.
Seminoles Sue State To Keep Blackjack In Casinos As the state negotiates terms of a new gambling deal with the Seminole Tribe of Florida, the tribe has filed a federal lawsuit against them in order to keep blackjack at its casinos across the state.
State Talks With Seminoles Back On TrackA stalemate between the state and the Seminole Tribe of Florida about the tribe's right to offer blackjack and other games at its casinos appears to have thawed, according to a top Senate negotiator.
Seminoles Up The Ante In Gambling NegotiationsThe Seminole Tribe has given the state 30 days to strike a new accord about exclusive rights to operate banked card games and has put the state on notice that tribal casinos don't have to shut down the games even in the absence of a revamped deal.
State's Indian Casinos' Gamble Pays Off The Seminole Tribe of Florida is proving there are more to casino resorts than just gambling. New numbers released Wednesday show the state's eight Indian casinos again increased non-gambling revenue by 25 percent in 2012.