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Indian Gaming: Regulation and Oversight by the Federal Government, States, and Tribes
Anne-Marie Fennell (au)
Indian gaming has become a significant source of revenue for many tribes, reaching $28 billion in FY 2013. The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA), the primary federal statute governing Indian gaming, provides a statutory basis for the regulation of Indian gaming. Tribes, states, the Department of the Interior (Interior), and the National Indian Gaming Commission (Commission) have varying roles in Indian gaming. This report examines (1) Interioräó»s review process to help ensure that tribal-state compacts comply with IGRA; (2) how states and selected tribes regulate Indian gaming; (3) the Commissionäó»s authority to regulate Indian gaming; and (4) the Commissionäó»s efforts to ensure tribesäó» compliance with IGRA and Commission regulations. Includes recommendations. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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