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Profile of a gambling district: We love to gamble, and we've developed dozens of ways to do it

Fedgazette , Volume 15 , Issue Mar , Pages 2-3

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Indianpreneurs

Small business development holds great promise for American Indian economic progress, but big obstacles remain.
Fedgazette , Volume 18 , Issue Mar , Pages 4-7

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Tribal trends

While economic conditions have improved for American Indians living on reservations, poverty remains prevalent, and tribes face deep challenges in their efforts to develop.
Fedgazette , Volume 18 , Issue Mar , Pages 2-3, 5

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Milking the new buffalo

Casinos are a major source of new wealth for many Indian tribes in the Ninth District and both Indians and non-Indians seek the profits they yield. But too little discussion of late has focused on their true costs and benefits.
Fedgazette , Volume 15 , Issue Mar , Pages 6-10

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Native American Bank: banking the unbanked

In 2001, 21 tribes formed Native American Bancorporation, the first nationally focused tribal bank. A Chippewa Cree and former assistant vice president of commercial lending explains why NAB?s understanding of tribal law has helped the bank serve customers better.
Communities and Banking , Issue Sum , Pages 20-23

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A model law

A newly drafted model law may help bring loans to Indian country.
Fedgazette , Volume 18 , Issue Mar

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Improving opportunities for Abenaki youth

After generations of neglect, Vermont?s Abenaki Indians are getting academic and personal support in high school and attending college, thanks to Ken Maskell and Jeff Benay.
Communities and Banking , Issue Win , Pages 14-16

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Few big winners

Many believe American Indian tribes are swimming in cash, thanks to their casinos. In fact, very few tribes have really hit the jackpot.
Fedgazette , Volume 15 , Issue Mar , Pages 11

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Four directions: Native American lending in Maine

Four Directions, a community development financial institution established by Maine?s four Native American tribes, is overcoming many traditional barriers to lending on tribal land.
Communities and Banking , Issue Sum , Pages 29-31

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Capital idea

Native CDFIs are providing much-needed credit in Indian country.
Fedgazette , Volume 18 , Issue Mar

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