As Indian casinos have ballooned into a $26 billion industry, concerns about fraud inside the booming industry have also risen. But a federal initiative aimed at rooting out both outside scams and inside corruption has been stopped short at the Connecticut state line, home to the world's two largest Indian casinos.The National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC), which oversees tribal casinos, has been teaming up with federal law enforcement officials in several states to combat fraud cases involving tribal casinos.
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