Steve is quoted in this Wall Street Journal article on intertribal competition for casino markets, Tribes Clash Over Gambling
Here's a short excerpt from the article:
"Until recently, there was peace among Oregon's nine tribes, largely because no single tribe has a casino near Portland. All told, the nine tribes take in around $500 million in annual revenue from casinos. The largest player—the Grand Ronde's Spirit Mountain property—earns an estimated $50 million annually, and disperses about $3,000 annually to around 5,000 tribe members as a per capita dividend.