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Jodi Rave: NIGC won't give up  on Class II changes

Jodi Rave: NIGC won't give up on Class II changes (June 9, 2008)

"A National Indian Gaming Commission regulatory proposal that could have cost tribes across the country more than a billion dollars a year is on hold, but not likely to go away. On Friday, NIGC Chairman Philip Hogen said he...

Hogen vows to implement Class II regulations

Hogen vows to implement Class II regulations (April 18, 2008)

INDIANZ.COM LISTENING LOUNGE Senate Indian Affairs Committee oversight hearing on the National Indian Gaming Commission. April 17, 2008. • Opening Statement • Testimony [8.4MB] | Q&A [10.2MB] • Webcast | Written Testimony National Indian Gaming Commission Chairman Phil Hogen said...

Opinion: NIGC regulations will hurt Oklahoma

Opinion: NIGC regulations will hurt Oklahoma (March 10, 2008)

"Last week, U.S. Reps. Dan Boren and Tom Cole held congressional oversight hearings in Miami, Okla., to investigate the economic impact of proposed federal rules to limit Class II Indian Gaming. The testimony was dramatic. Tribal and local government...

California lawmakers oppose Class II regulations

California lawmakers oppose Class II regulations (March 7, 2008)

A group of California lawmakers is asking the National Indian Gaming Commission to hold off on its Class II regulations. The 22 lawmakers say the NIGC has no role in regulating Class II games like bingo. They say tribes should...

NIGC extends comment period on Class II initiatives

NIGC extends comment period on Class II initiatives (January 17, 2008)

Tribes have until March 9 to comment on the four controversial Class II initiatives proposed by the National Indian Gaming Commission. In notices published today in the Federal Register, the NIGC extended the comment period on the following: classification standards...

Tribes prepare Class II proposal for NIGC

Tribes prepare Class II proposal for NIGC (August 15, 2007)

The National Indian Gaming Commission is moving forward with plans to write definitions and technical standards for Class II gaming. The agency wants to draw a brighter line between Class II games like bingo and Class III slot machines. But...

NIGC continues work on Class II gaming proposal

NIGC continues work on Class II gaming proposal (January 26, 2007)

The National Indian Gaming Commission continues to work on a controversial proposal that tribes say would change the face of the $23 billion tribal casino industry. Last year, NIGC proposed technical regulations and standards for Class II games, such as...