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John Berrey, chairman of the Quapaw Tribe of Indians, said the $350 million Pine Bluff casino complex will be developed along the lines of the tribe’s Downstream Casino Resort in Oklahoma.

In Oklahoma, Governor, Tribes Clash Over Casino Gaming Dollars

Leaders with Oklahoma's powerful Native American tribes are voicing frustration with the state's Republican governor, who wants to force renegotiations for a bigger piece of casino revenue. read more >
Architect’s renditions of the proposed Quapaw-run casino for Pine Bluff, tentatively named Saracen Casino Resort, after a historic Quapaw Tribe chief.
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Cherokee, Quapaw Tribes Betting on Casino AmendmentLock Icon

Two Native American tribes triumphed last week when the Arkansas secretary of state’s office said enough signatures had been gathered to put a constitutional amendment on the Nov. 6 ballot and let voters decide on legalizing casino gambling. read more >
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Arkansas Business: The Best & Worst News of 2012

There was good news and there was bad news in Arkansas in 2012. And in case you’ve forgotten the details, the Arkansas Business staff is here to remind you. read more >