Mailbag Mythbusting: The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA) and Sports Betting
This is the fifth in a series of stories for Sports Handle discussing various federal statutes that in one way or another remain relevant to the expansion of legalized sports betting after the fall of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA). The first two parts on the Wire Act are available here and here.
Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA)
article Mailbag Mythbusting: The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA) and Sports Betting
(USA) -- This is the fifth in a series of stories for Sports Handle discussing various federal statutes that in one way or another remain relevant to the expansion of...
article IGRA has worked for 30 years, but there are challenges on the horizon
(Las Vegas) -- Indian gaming has boomed since the U.S. Congress passed the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act 30 years ago, but speakers on a panel Wednesday at the 2018 NIGA...
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(Washington D.C.) -- The US Senate Indian Affairs Committee (IAC) introduced a bill Thursday that seeks to strengthen public safety on tribal reservations, addressing...
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(Washington D.C.) -- Gaming tribes pushed back against the ideas that their current regulatory framework must be fundamentally modified, and that tribal casinos are...
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(Washington D.C.) -- A potentially explosive hearing on the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988 has been postponed until sometime in the fall, and a key Senate staffer...
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(California) -- In the 20 years following the 1988 passage of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, the interplay between the tribal and commercial gaming verticals was...
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(Washington) -- If there were a hall of fame for contemporary American Indian leaders who championed native sovereignty and self-determination, Washington state would be...
article DOI Tribal Gaming Procedures An Uneasy Fit With IGRA [sub req]
(Washington D.C.) -- The U.S. Department of the Interior procedures that allow tribes to operate casinos without a state gaming compact in place could take on increased...
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(Washington D.C.) -- American Indian law experts and federal officials are expressing concern that local government mitigation agreements and labor provisions in...
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article WASHBURN: Senate Indian Affairs Committee Hearing
(Washington D.C.) -- Good afternoon Chairman Tester, Vice Chairman Barrasso, and Members of the Committee. My name is Kevin Washburn and I am the Assistant Secretary for...
article Going Commercial
(USA) -- One word denotes the first quarter-century of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act. Opportunity. Momentous achievements mark this landmark period in tribal history...
article The New Buffalo / 25 years of IGRA marked
(USA) -- Indian gaming marked its 25th anniversary this month, a quarter century after Congress passed and President Ronald Reagan signed the Indian Gaming Regulatory...
article MOOREHEAD: 25 Years of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act
(Washington D.C.) -- In 1987, the Supreme Court decided California v. Cabazon Band of Mission Indians, holding that a state could not prohibit gaming conducted on Indian...
article On Its Silver Anniversary, IGRA’s Legacy Remains Mixed [sub req'd]
(Washington D.C.) -- Twenty-five years ago today, President Reagan signed into law the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA), historic legislation that is resented by many...
press release Native Americans Recognize 25 Years Under the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act
(Calgary) -- When the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA) was signed into law on Oct. 17, 1988, many tribal leaders strongly opposed the federal policy as an...
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