We’re not statisticians, so these tiny numbers of cases are going to generate wide discrepancies.
In New York, tribal interests have an 88 percent success rate.
In Florida, tribal interests have a 50 percent success rate.
Here are the New York cases:
Cayuga Indian Nation v. Gould (2010) — W
Spota ex rel. Unkechauge Indian Nation v. Jackson (2008) — W
Dalton v. Pataki (2005) — W
Saratoga Chamber of Commerce v. Pataki (2003) — L
New York Assn. of Convenience Stores v. Urbach (1998) — W
Ransom v. St. Regis Mohawk Educ. & Community Fund (1995) — W
Milhelm Attea v. Dept. of Finance and Taxation (1993) — W
Herzog Bros. v. State Tax Commission (1987) — W
7 wins, 1 loss
Here are the mere two Florida cases:
Fla. House of Representatives v. Crist (2008) — L
Houghtaling v. Seminole Tribe (1993) — W
1 win, 1 loss