The National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) does not consider human trafficking to be pervasive at tribal casinos, but the NIGC is taking steps to prevent sexual exploitation from becoming a serious problem for the Indian gaming industry.
“It’s not something that’s part of our day-to-day bread and butter work, but it’s something that we have been speaking to tribes about, and we think we can help them,” said Kathryn Isom-Clause, the vice chair of the NIGC.
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