Indian Gaming Regulatory Act: Hearing Before the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Eighth Congress, First Session, on Oversight Hearing on Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, Role and Funding of the National Indian Gaming Commission
U.S. Government Printing Office, 2003
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Halaman 101 - provides that net revenues from tribal gaming are not to be used for purposes other than (i) to fund tribal government operations or programs; (ii) to provide for the general welfare of the Indian tribe and its members; (iii) to promote tribal economic development; (iv) to donate to charitable organizations; or (v) to help fund operations of local government agencies.
Halaman 164 - provides that a tribal-state compact may also include "any other subjects that are directly related to the operation of gaming activities." This provision has been the justification for compact provisions agreed to by some tribes wherein payments are made to states or local governments that have undertaken new or expanded governmental programs and services
Halaman 128 - Tribe, approving the Class ID gaming compact with the Slate of Louisiana. This letter explains the Department's position on impact costs payments, and may be of assistance to the Coushatta Tribe and the State of Louisiana in resolving their dispute regarding this matter. If you have any additional questions, or if we can be of further assistance, please do
Halaman 92 - the assessment by the State of such activities in such amounts as are necessary to defray the costs of regulating such activity.... (4) Except for any assessments that may be agreed to under paragraph (3)(C)(iii) of this subsection, nothing in this section
Halaman 89 - of an Indian tribe acknowledged by the Secretary under the Federal acknowledgment process; or (3) the restoration of lands for an Indian tribe that is restored to Federal recognition
Halaman 89 - establishment on newly-acquired land will be in the best interest of the tribe and its members, and not detrimental to the surrounding community but only if the Governor of the state in which the gaming activities are to occur concurs in the Secretary's determination Since 1988, state governors have concurred in only three positive determinations for off-reservation gaming on trust lands: the Forest County Potawatomi gaming establishment in Milwaukee,
Halaman 107 - net revenues* as gross revenues of an Indian gaming activity less amounts paid out as, or paid for, prizes and total operating expenses, excluding management fees. We do not believe that it is
Halaman 103 - the assessment by the State of such activities In such amounts as are necessary to defray the costs of regulating such activity.
Halaman 133 - Honorable Harry D. Early Governor Pueblo of Laguna PO Box 194 Laguna, New Mexico 87026 Honorable Wilfred Garcia Governor Pueblo of San Juan PO Box 1099 San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico