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Tag Archives: indian gaming regulatory act
BIA Decision Approving Glendale Area Trust Land Acquisition for Gaming Purposes for Tohono O’Odham Nation
Here: 2014-07-03 Washburn Letter to Norris re Trust Decision This is on remand from the Ninth Circuit’s mandate.
The UNLV Gaming Law Journal has published “Fencing the Buffalo: Off-Reservation Gaming and Possible Amendments to Section 20 of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act” (PDF).
Here are the updated materials in State of Idaho v. Coeur d’Alene Tribe (D. Idaho): 33 Coeur d’Alene Tribe Reply 35 DCT Order Prior briefs here.
Here are the materials in State of Idaho v. Coeur d’Alene Tribe (D. Idaho): 3-1 Idaho Motion for TRO 15-1 Coeur d’Alene Tribe Motion to Dismiss 16 Coeur d’Alene Opposition to Motion for TRO 20 Shoshone-Bannock Motion to File Amicus … Continue reading →
Here are the materials in United States v. Webb (D. Ariz.): 153 US Writ for Garnishment 162 Webb Response 175 MJ R&R 177 DCT Order
The Bay Mills Indian Community and the rest of Indian country dodged a very large bullet aimed by the State of Michigan at a core principle of inherent tribal sovereignty and tribal governance with today’s opinion by Justice Kagan. The … Continue reading →
D.C. Circuit Briefs in Amador County v. Dept. of Interior (Amador II) — Buena Vista Rancheria Motion to Intervene
Here: Buena Vista Opening Brief Amador County Brief Buena Vista Reply Brief DOI Letter Lower court materials: 59-1 Buena Vista Rancheria Motion to Intervene 61 Amador County Opposition 62 Buena Vista Reply 65 DCT Order Denying Motion to Intervene Materials … Continue reading →
Here is the opinion in Narragansett Indian Tribe v. State of Rhode Island. An excerpt: The defendant, the State of Rhode Island (State), appeals from the entry of partial summary judgment in the Superior Court for the plaintiff, the Narragansett … Continue reading →
At the invitation of Alex Pearl and the FIU Law Review to write a symposium piece on Florida Indian history and law, a challenge for me since I know very little about it, I came up with “The Seminole Tribe … Continue reading →