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NIGC opens comment period for one-touch bingo as Class II

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The National Indian Gaming Commission is accepting public comments on a proposal to treat one-touch bingo as a Class II game.

A notice in today's issue of the Federal Register outlines the proposal. Treating one-touch bingo as Class II would allow tribes to operate the game without worrying about Class III gaming compacts.

Comments are being accepted until August 26.

Federal Register Notice:
Electronic One Touch Bingo System (June 25, 2013)

Relevant Documents:
Disapproval of Metlakatla Indian Community Gaming Ordinance (June 4, 2008)
Metlakatla Indian Community Withdrawal of Appeal (August 20, 2008)

Related Stories:
NIGC proposes to classify one-touch bingo as Class II game (06/21)

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