American Indian Gaming & Gambling

A Bibliography (Public Administration Series--Bibliography,) by Leslie A. Morales

Publisher: Vance Bibliographies

Written in English
Published: Pages: 8 Downloads: 781
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Subjects:

  • Ethnic Studies - Native American Studies,
  • Sociology
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages8
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11151420M
ISBN 100792008014
ISBN 109780792008019

  Felicia Fonseca / AP The lobby of the Navajo Nation’s Twin Arrows Casino, east of Flagstaff, Ariz., is seen Tuesday, American Indian tribes are welcoming the opportunity to add sports betting to potentially hundreds of casinos across the country after the U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for states to legalize it. Indian Gaming Casino Jobs. With Native American reservations in the United States viewed as sovereign nations, tribal leaders face the same responsibilities as any other government leaders to provide for their people and secure financing to pay for law enforcement, social services, and road work. American Indian Gambling and Casino Information Center is the web page of the National Indian Gaming Association. The National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) is an organization of over sovereign Indian Nations as well as other non-voting associate members interested in the preservation of the sovereignty and protection of the economic. The minimum gambling age is 18 at all Native American casinos for bingo or poker, and the minimum gambling age is 21 for electronic gaming machines. There are four pari-mutuel facilities in each Broward County (home county of Fort Lauderdale) and Miami-Dade County.

  Oklahoma is home to roughly tribal-owned casinos, more than any other state, while Arizona and New Mexico each has more than two-dozen, according to data from the American Gaming Association. Compton said it is eyeing lending opportunities in other states with Native American-owned casinos, including Florida, Mississippi and Wisconsin. Indian Gaming: Who Wins? is an anthology of articles that examines contemporary American Indian gaming as it plays out in economics, history, literature, and law. The essays offer various viewpoints on the complicated and increasingly vexed questions attending the prerogatives exercised by American Indians when establishing gambling enterprises. American Indian culture included gambling for many centuries. More than tribes were known to play different versions of dice games before the Europeans settled in the United States. In the United States, gambling on Indian reservations has become quite common. There are tribes in 28 states who operate some sort of gaming facility. About the American Gaming Association The American Gaming Association is the premier national trade group representing the $ billion U.S. casino industry, which supports million jobs nationwide. AGA members include commercial and tribal casino operators, as well as suppliers and other entities affiliated with the gaming industry.

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Indian Gaming examines the conflicts over American Indian tribes' gambling operations, focusing on tribes in New Mexico and Oklahoma. It places recent events in other states -- notably California and Minnesota -- within the perspective of historic Indian policy, states' rights arguments, and by:   Indian Gaming and Tribal Sovereignty is a serious overview of issues related to Native American casinos.

The book focuses on economics and goes into the political history of tribal gaming. Not a casual read and not transformed into a thriller, this book is a solid addition to a library based on issues of freedom, moral choices and economic by: Native American gaming comprises casinos, bingo halls, and other gambling operations on Indian reservations or other tribal land in the United States.

Because these areas have tribal sovereignty, states have limited ability to forbid gambling there, as codified by the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of As ofthere were gambling operations run by tribes, with a total annual.

Today there are more than Indian casinos operated by tribes in 28 states. Indian gaming brought in more than $ billion in which is nearly twice that of Nevada's gaming industry. Tribal gambling generated approximately $ billion in federal taxes in and has, at least indirectly, created more thanjobs.

California’s tribal casinos and cardrooms have been at odds with each other for years, and Native American leaders were quick to speak out on previous versions of proposed sports betting Author: Zack Jones. The Commission’s primary mission is to work within the framework created by the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA) for the regulation of gaming activities conducted by tribes on Indian lands to fully realize IGRA’s goals: (1) promoting tribal economic development, self-sufficiency and strong tribal governments; (2) maintaining the integrity of the Indian gaming industry; and (3) ensuring.

Native Americans suffer from one of highest problem gambling rates in the United States, according to the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions. The rate of problem gambling among American Indians and Alaska Natives percent, St.

Louis Public Radio reported. Casinos in Indian Country. If you think Las Vegas has more to offer than Indian gaming, think again. Not only is Foxwoods in Connecticut the largest gaming facility in the world, Indian tribe's offer unsurpassed gaming entertainment in fun, friendly and culturally diverse environments.

Whether you're looking for the hottest poker room in town. The National Magazine of the American Indian Gaming Industry. Features in-depth articles, legal updates, industry news, openings, new games, products and more.

30th year in print in. Buyer’s Guide & Directory. Comprehensive details on all U.S. casino resorts, riverboats and Indian casinos. Plus, great casino coupon offers and online casino bonuses. Back. This is a complete listing of all American Indian Tribes who own and operate federally-approved Indian gaming operations in the U.S.

There are American Indian tribes that own casinos or other Indian gaming facilities, such as bingo. Gaming topics are covered in a wide variety of journals and newspapers. The following electronic databases and indexes can assist in locating such information about Indian gaming.

Use key words such as Native American gambling, American Indian casinos, or Indian gaming. Arizona Newsstand. (+) Provides full-text coverage of Arizona.

Benefits And Temptations. The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of paved the way for tribal gaming. Today, 28 states have tribal casinos, which are hosted on reservations. Last year they earned more than $32 billion in revenue, according to the American Gaming Association (AGA), a leading trade organization for the gaming industry.

A portion of the gaming revenue gets shared with. Only 2 Indian Casinos Offer Sports Betting in There was great enthusiasm in the Indian gaming industry when the U.S. Supreme Court rejected state banning of sports betting.

However, since that judicial decision in Maythere have only been a few states to enact sports betting legislation and only two Indian casinos to open sports books.

Similar to Indian Gaming and Tribal Sovereignty: The Casino Compromise, Walter Dale Mason’s Indian Gaming: Tribal Sovereignty and American Politics also enter into discussing the conflicts that have arisen within the Indian gaming world. While the previous book primarily focused on providing a general overview of Indian gaming as a whole, Mason adheres to particular cases of.

Indian casinos are always located on reservation land. The land often belonged to the tribe for generations. In some instances, Native Americans put the land into a trust and asked for the U.S.

Department of Interior to declare the land sovereign to a tribe. The Impact of American Indian Gaming Economic development associated with the gaming industry has influenced outcomes both on and off American Indian reservations over the past 30.

In Congress passed and President Ronald Reagan signed the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, which established levels of gambling and.

What began as a trickle with state lotteries became a flash flood in when Native American tribes began taking advantage of the Federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, which permitted them to operate casinos on tribal lands.

Nearly Indian-run casinos now exist in 28 states with of the federally recognized tribes participating. American Casino Guide experts work hard to stay up to date with the recent news on American online gambling laws.

We provide thorough overviews of the industry along with comprehensive lists and reviews of online casinos in the US. Many state legislatures are - at this moment - debating legalizing online casino gaming in their states.

The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act was enacted by the United States Congress on Octoto regulate the conduct of gaming on Indian Lands. IGRA establishes the National Indian Gaming Commission and the regulatory structure for Indian gaming in the United States.

Public Law Oct. 17, th Congress Sec. Explained: How Native American casinos could reopen despite Covid advisories Kathryn R L Rand and Steven Andrew Light write in their book ‘Indian Gaming and Tribal Sovereignty: The Casino Compromise’ that tribes have an inherent right to govern themselves, and this concept forms the very bedrock of their constitutional status in the.

The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act was enacted in to regulate gambling, according to the National Indian Gaming Commission. The commission is tasked with preventing organized crime or other corruption in the operation, ensuring the games are played fairly and ensuring the tribe benefits from the funds raised.

Their book describes Indian gaming and explores today's hottest political issues, from the Pequots to the Plains Indians, with examples that reflect a wide range of tribal experience: from hugely successful casinos to gambling halls with small markets and low grosses to tribes that chose not to pursue gaming.

- Your Internet Resource. Your American Indian and Native American news, information, and entertainment resource. provides up-to-date, relevant resources about Native American / American Indian tribes in the United States and. According to statistics, Indian gaming revenues increased by % up to $ billion in This trend is expected to continue, making the Native American tribal gambling even bigger than Las Vegas’ gambling industry.

In addition to that, the Native American tribal nations’ casino establishments are more massive and glamorous. Native American tribes are sovereign nations.

As such, the State of Michigan does not have general regulatory authority over Indian casinos. Instead, they are regulated by the National Indian Gaming Commission and the government of the appropriate tribal community. The State of Michigan. A recent American Gaming Association study conducted by Nielsen projects that sports gambling will increase revenue in the NFL by $ billion annually.

Stephen Hart, an attorney who represents Native American communities, believes sports books will be legalized at tribal casinos first. Deron Marquez, an expert on American Indian gaming, breaks down some key issues for Japan as it establishes its casino industry with its proposed “integrated resorts.”.

Get this from a library. American Indian gaming and gambling: a bibliography. [Leslie Anderson Morales] -- A short bibliography focusing on the debate leading up to the passage of the Indian Gambling Regulatory Act in October Includes articles from newspapers and magazines, Congressional hearings.

The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (Pub.L. –, 25 U.S.C. § et seq.) is a United States federal law that establishes the jurisdictional framework that governs Indian was no federal gaming structure before this act.

The stated purposes of the act include providing a legislative basis for the operation/regulation of Indian gaming, protecting gaming as a means of.The development of gaming operations on Indian reservations, and the phenomenal success some tribes have had with these operations, has brought a new dimension to the debate over Indian sovereignty.

For the first time some tribes now have, through gaming profits, the economic means to exercise their "inherent sovereign powers," among many, the ability to provide essential services. According to the National Indian Gaming Commission, revenue from tribal casinos has grown from $ billion in to $ billion last year, representing a rise of %.

The Indian Gaming .