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By David M Haugen

ISBN-10: 0816060541

ISBN-13: 9780816060542

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ISBN-13: 9780816069958

Is compulsive playing a significant challenge? Does legalized playing relief or damage host groups? This paintings addresses those controversies by means of studying America's ancient love/hate dating with playing. It serves as an reduction to scholars, in addition to different individuals of the general public attracted to the historical past and controversies of legalized playing.

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The state complied, but by failing to negotiate on friendly terms, Connecticut forfeited any advantages it could have gained in the compact. Other states learned from Connecticut’s folly and entered into compacts with the hope of gaining as many concessions as possible. Minnesota, for example, signed compacts with 11 tribes, each of which agreed to limit casinotype gaming to blackjack. In Kansas, four tribes negotiated compacts in 1995. Thanks to friendly dealings, the state obtained the privilege of performing background checks on all casino operators and merchants working with the casinos.

In short, the IGRA was a damage control measure. The law expected the states to accede to tribal demands or show just cause why they should not. Despite its rather progressive rhetoric, the IGRA was not supported by all Native American tribes. The Red Lake band of Chippewa in Minnesota and the Mescalero band of Apache in New Mexico immediately challenged the constitutionality of the act. They argued that the law insisted that tribes negotiate over matters that should be within the bounds of tribal sovereignty.

In making their case, the tribes had to prove that revenues 42 Introduction to Legalized Gambling were to be earmarked for tribal benefit. The states were then required to consider and act on these negotiations in good faith. If the state governments proved obstinate, the tribes could file suit and federal courts would step in to compel the states to act. In short, the IGRA was a damage control measure. The law expected the states to accede to tribal demands or show just cause why they should not.

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