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Ho-Chunk Nation committed to off-reservation casino despite uncertainty in Trump era
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Ho-Chunk Nation committed to off-reservation casino despite uncertainty in Trump era (December 19, 2017)
The Ho-Chunk Nation remains committed to an off-reservation casino in Wisconsin despite uncertainty created by the Trump administration.

National Indian Gaming Commission announces 2017 consultation schedule
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National Indian Gaming Commission announces 2017 consultation schedule (November 22, 2016)
Uncertainty is in the air in Indian Country but consultation remains a vital part of the federal agency's efforts.

NIGC announces topics for upcoming tribal consultation sessions
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NIGC announces topics for upcoming tribal consultation sessions (March 9, 2015)
The meetings will take place in April and May.

NIGC weighs change in handling of management contracts
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NIGC weighs change in handling of management contracts (February 11, 2014)
The National Indian Gaming Commission might change the way it handles management contracts.

ICT interview with Tracie Stevens, Tulalip, chairwoman of NIGC
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ICT interview with Tracie Stevens, Tulalip, chairwoman of NIGC (October 5, 2012)
"National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) Chairwoman Tracie Stevens proudly reported at the 2011 Global Gaming Expo (G2E) that the commission was “new and improved.” This claim came just a year after she and her colleagues—Vice Chairwoman Stephanie Cochran and Associate...

Senate Indian Affairs Committee listening session at NIGA
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Senate Indian Affairs Committee listening session at NIGA (September 17, 2012)
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee is holding a listening session tomorrow to discuss the draft Tribal Online Gaming Act. The session takes place at the National Indian Gaming Association mid-year conference. It will be held from 10am to 12pm in...

NIGA calling for more consultation on SCIA's online gaming bill
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NIGA calling for more consultation on SCIA's online gaming bill (July 27, 2012)
Tribes weren't consulted about provisions in the draft of the Tribal Online Gaming Act, the leader of the National Indian Gaming Association said on Thursday. In August 2011, NIGA adopted six principles to guide Internet gaming legislation in Indian Country....

NIGC is working closely with tribes to develop new regulations
Meetings | NIGC | Regulation
NIGC is working closely with tribes to develop new regulations (October 14, 2011)
The National Indian Gaming Commission is working closely with tribes to develop new regulations but a final product is more than a year away, Chairwoman Tracie Stevens said. In August, NIGC established the Tribal Advisory Committee to review Minimum Internal...

Oklahoma tribes discuss potential regulations at NIGC consultation
Meetings | NIGC
Oklahoma tribes discuss potential regulations at NIGC consultation (August 19, 2011)
Oklahoma tribes are meeting with the National Indian Gaming Commission. The agency is consulting tribes about potential changes to its regulations. Nothing is being proposed right now but priorities are being identified, said one attorney. "It's still in the discussion...

Native Sun News: NIGC aims to make regulations  tribal friendly
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Native Sun News: NIGC aims to make regulations tribal friendly (February 11, 2011)
The following story was written and reported by Ernestine Chasing Hawk. All content © Native Sun News. National Indian Gaming Commission visits Rapid City. Commissioner Dan Little, Chairwoman Tracie Stevens, Vice-Chairwoman Steffani Cochran, and Counselor to Chair Lael Echo Hawk....

Tracie Stevens: NIGC working to improve consultation with tribes
NIGC | Opinion
Tracie Stevens: NIGC working to improve consultation with tribes (January 7, 2011)
"In June 2010, for the first time in two-and-a-half years, the National Indian Gaming Commission is functioning with a fully appointed commission. As the new commission, Vice Chairwoman Steffani Cochran, Associate Commissioner Dan Little and I are embarking on a...

Analysis: NIGC goes in   new direction with tribal consultation plan
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Analysis: NIGC goes in new direction with tribal consultation plan (December 9, 2010)
"n the past year, three new commissioners were appointed to the NIGC and it is apparent that they are intent on reversing the somewhat adversarial relationships the agency has had with tribes in a number of controversial areas. First, the...

New chairman of NIGC promises  meaningful dialogue  with tribes
Meetings | NIGC
New chairman of NIGC promises meaningful dialogue with tribes (November 23, 2010)
The new leader of the National Indian Gaming Commission promises to consult with tribes before making any major decisions. Tracie Stevens, a member of the Tulalip Tribes of Washington, joined the agency in June. She has already put some controversial...

BIA holds   consultation on  gaming land-into-trust  determinations
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BIA holds consultation on gaming land-into-trust determinations (September 24, 2010)
The Bureau of Indian Affairs held the first in a series of consultation sessions on gaming land-into-trust determinations. The meeting was held on Spokane, Washington, on Thursday. The Kalispel Tribe used the session to raise concerns about an off-reservation casino...

BIA to consult tribes over   gaming land-into-trust determinations
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BIA to consult tribes over gaming land-into-trust determinations (September 1, 2010)
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has scheduled a series of consultations to ask tribes about gaming land-into-trust determinations. Three major topics are on the agenda. All affect policies, regulations and directives issued by the Bush administration that make it nearly...

New NIGC chair speaks at Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association
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New NIGC chair speaks at Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association (August 24, 2010)
Tracie Stevens, the first woman to lead the National Indian Gaming Commission, delivered the keynote at the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association conference on Monday. Stevens pledged to consult tribes on gaming issues. She said the NIGC will continue to...

NIGC schedules tribal consultation  at    conference in Oklahoma
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NIGC schedules tribal consultation at conference in Oklahoma (August 12, 2010)
The National Indian Gaming Commission wants to meet with tribes during the upcoming Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association conference and trade show. Agency officials will be in Tulsa on Tuesday, August 24, to discuss regulatory and other matters. Tribes can RVSP...

House committee approves measure to regulate Internet gaming
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House committee approves measure to regulate Internet gaming (July 29, 2010)
The House Financial Services Committee voted 41-22 on Wednesday to approve H.R 2267, the Internet Gambling Regulation, Consumer Protection, and Enforcement Act. The committee amended the original version of the bill to address tribal concerns. One amendment requires the Treasury...

NIGA to hold mid-year meeting at Isleta Casino
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NIGA to hold mid-year meeting at Isleta Casino (September 26, 2008)
The National Indian Gaming Association is holding its mid-year session in New Mexico next week. The meeting takes place October 1-3 at the Isleta Casino and Resort. The facility is owned by Isleta Pueblo and is located south of Albuquerque....

NIGC hosts consultation sessions in San Diego
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NIGC hosts consultation sessions in San Diego (April 22, 2008)
The National Indian Gaming Commission is meeting with tribes this week at the National Indian Gaming Association’s annual trade show and convention in San Diego, California. The government-to-government consultation sessions will focus on a wide range of gaming issues. "The...

California cities seek more consultation by BIA
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California cities seek more consultation by BIA (February 28, 2008)
Local governments in California are asking the Bureau of Indian Affairs to be consulted about gaming decisions. The League of California Cities and the California State Association of Counties plan to meet with assistant secretary Carl Artman on March 7....

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