On Monday, a Massachusetts federal judge granted the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head’s bid to amend a judgment in a lawsuit against the state. Meanwhile, Cheryl Andrews-Maltais, served on two panels at the LaMere Native American Presidential Forum.
MGM Resorts International has filed a lawsuit in federal court, arguing that the Interior and its Bureau of Indian Affairs have no authority to approve Connecticut-Tribal gaming compacts for off-reservation commercial casinos.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper signed SB 154 into law on Friday, granting exclusivity to the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians to operate sportsbooks at its two Class III casinos. The law limits wagering to retail locations.