Changing Fortunes 

The Kalispel tribe hit a jackpot with off-rez gaming. So why are they worried about the Spokanes doing the same?

Nick Pierre can still taste it. Growing up as a Kalispel Indian — a tiny tribe with a tiny reservation in the impoverished northeast corner of Washington — he didn’t even have drinkable water on the rez. Out of the tap…

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