Center for Gaming Research
New paper posted on the Papers page:
Paper 43: August 2018
Colleen O'Neill. "Civil Rights or Sovereignty Rights? Understanding the Historical Conflict between Native Americans and Organized Labor"
Unions have played important roles in Indigenous struggles in Latin America and in campaigns that fueled civil rights movements in the United States, including efforts to organize agricultural, hospitality, and health care workers. But, Native Americans have had less of a connection with organized labor. Indeed, in the current climate, labor and tribes seemed to be locked in an adversarial relationship. Tribal leaders see unions as a threat to their sovereignty. Unions, such as Unite-HERE and the United Food and Commercial Workers, clearly see their rights to organize as part of a larger civil rights struggle. Examining struggles between tribal governments and unions (that largely represent workers of color) reveals how distinct historical experience produced divergent types of political strategies and notions of citizenship.
Now with July 2018 data:
Nevada Gaming Statistics: The Last Six Months Updated July 2018
Recent Trends for Casino Revenues, January to June 2018
Nevada Gaming Statistics: May Historical Comparison
Statewide, Las Vegas Strip, Downtown Las Vegas, Boulder Strip, and Washoe County figures for the month of June, 2009-2018
Nevada Table Games: Historical Hold Percentage Variations
Annual hold percentage averages, with monthly maximum and minimums, 2004-18
Nevada Slot Machines: Historical Hold Percentage Variations
Annual and Monthly Hold Percentages, 2004-2018
Nevada Poker, 2004-2018
An Analysis of Monthly Statewide Results