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Editorial: Future of tribal gaming in New Mexico rests with DOI

Filed Under: Compacts | Opinion
More on: doi, new mexico, pueblo
Newspaper says the future of the tribal gaming industry in New Mexico could be decided by the Interior Department in response to a Class III procedures request from Pojoaque Pueblo:
Should New Mexico’s Indian casinos retain a level of exclusivity when it comes to legalized gambling?

Should the state continue to get a share of those casinos’ net slot machine win?

Should gamblers be allowed to drink alcohol on the gambling floor?

The answers to those questions could reshape gaming as New Mexico knows it.

And because the state and Pojoaque Pueblo each believe the other side isn’t negotiating in good faith, the answers could be coming from the U.S. Department of the Interior.

Get the Story:
Editorial: Indian gaming decision now in Interior’s court (The Albuquerque Journal 3/11)

Related Stories:
Pojoaque Pueblo seeks Class III gaming procedures from BIA (3/7)

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