Tribal casinos across Oklahoma are still open for business despite a warning from the governor that their gaming operations became illegal in January, a political position several industry experts say goes against federal law.
Oklahoma’s 15-year-old tribal-state gaming compact was set to expire on January 1, and for several months Republican Governor Kevin Stitt warned tribal leaders across te state that it was time to renegotiate the deal.
However, the tribes disagreed, contending their compact renews automatically.
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