Clarification of Johnson Act, Other Gaming Law Changes, Under Consideration

May 2006
Native American Law Digest;May2006, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p10
Academic Journal
The article discusses the clarification of John Act, a gaming law preceding the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, which is designed to fight organized crime by making illegal. In the three classes of Indian gaming, John Act does not apply to Class III gaming. It was believed that additional regulations will benefit the tribal gaming industry in the long term.


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