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.READ MORE
A federal judge in Utah has blocked the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development from enforcing a departmental directive that barred a Tribe’s down payment financing for federally insured mortgages.READ MORE
Pascua Yaqui Tribal members currently navigate between various buildings dispersed across their reservation in Pima County, Arizona, near Tucson, for various medical and social services. But that’s all changing.READ MORE
Multiple casinos in New York were jockeying to open the state’s first legal sportsbook. The Oneida Nation is among the pack leaders.READ MORE
The first casino in the world to earn TRUE — Total Resource Use and Efficiency — Zero Waste certification is Tribally owned.READ MORE
Investigation Into Claims of Minority Status to Win Federal Contracts Prompts St. Louis to Decertify 5 Operators
Officials in St. Louis have decertified at least five businesses that had claimed Native American status to receive minority set-aside government contracts.READ MORE
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