NIGC Working Group Explores Class II Machine Standards
A 15-member advisory committee has until March 21 to recommend to federal regulators what technical and minimum control standards are necessary for Class II, bingo-style slot machines in the nation’s more than 400 American Indian casinos, long a contentious issue.
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