The operation of casinos on Native American lands has mushroomed into one of the largest gaming sectors in the world since the 1988 Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, with annual revenues now surpassing $30bn.

GamblingCompliance helps industry suppliers understand tribal gaming’s unique regulatory environment, while allowing tribes and their advisors to monitor key legal cases and understand the opportunities and challenges presented by emerging offerings like online wagering and sports betting.

In the first Internet gambling hearing this year in Congress, members of the House Ways and Means Committee on Wednesday offered little hope that a vote to regulate and tax online wagering will...
A federal probe into an expanded gambling initiative passed in the Alabama Senate means the issue is continuing to dominate the state’s political scene even after the gambling bill was killed in...
A prominent California legislator is set to deliver a new intrastate online poker bill by the end of the month, and he has defied tribal interests to sue if they believe their sovereignty is...
Five years after Hurricane Katrina wiped out its gambling and tourism industry, the Mississippi Gulf Coast is bracing for what could be a far more devastating ecological and economic blow from the...
Tracie Stevens, who was nominated Wednesday by President Obama to lead the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC), is not a lawyer and tribal gaming officials are split on whether that will be a...
A recent landmark appeal court ruling in California which found that Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger had strong-armed tribes over revenue sharing agreements is unlikely to be enough to reverse a...
While a long running labour dispute in Atlantic City may make it more difficult for a House committee to vote against an Internet gambling ban, another committee has scheduled a May 26 hearing on a...
Kansas regulators have launched their third attempt in as many years to woo an operator to build and manage a state-owned casino near Wichita in the state’s sprawling south central region.
A California Senate committee chairman is preparing a bill to regulate and tax Internet poker within the state's borders, according to one of the senator's top aides.
A controversial bid by the state of California to force Indian tribes to pay a percentage of their revenue into a general fund in exchange for more slot machines was an illegal ‘tax’, an appeals...
While members of Washington’s gambling lobby have pinned an anti-Internet-gambling circular on a congressional staffer and a powerful Indian tribe, both have denied any involvement with its...
In a surprising vote on Thursday, members of the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) decided overwhelmingly against taking a unified position on Internet gambling.
Florida stands to receive $1.5bn over the next five years from the Seminole tribe under a new gambling compact that Gov. Charlie Crist is expected to sign as early as Wednesday.
The increasingly bitter dispute over gambling in Alabama escalated this week to a potential constitutional crisis that may require the state’s supreme court to define the powers of the governor vis...
Owners and workers at Atlantic City’s major casinos have condemned plans to expand legalised gambling in the city and allow four new, smaller casinos to be built.
Meg Whitman, the former chief executive of eBay and likely Republican gubernatorial candidate, has pledged to “run the California Lottery more like a business” if elected governor of the Golden...

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