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Feds, California Urge 9th Circuit Court Not To Revisit Tribal Bingo Suit

Jean Carter November 30, 2018

For the last twenty years, Native Americans have been able to operate casinos and bingo parlors at their own discretion. Under federal law, Native Americans are allowed to operate casinos in states that do not allow other forms of gambling. Tribes are not governed by the states, but by treaties with the United States government. Reservations are in fact, separate countries with their own laws.

This makes disputes between the states and the tribes more difficult to settle, as is the case of the Iipay Nation, the state of California and the Federal government and an online bingo parlor.

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