BIA says new rules don't apply to are...

BIA says new rules don't apply to area casino plans

There are 1 comment on the Silver City Sun-News story from Jul 28, 2008, titled BIA says new rules don't apply to area casino plans. In it, Silver City Sun-News reports that:

A new rule adopted by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs won't affect a casino proposal in Akela, said a spokesperson for the agency.

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Albuquerque, NM

#1 Jul 28, 2008
If any one of these casinos open, I would argue that the agreement between Nm and the tribes is null and void. If the state cannot regulate the numbers, do what Montana did, open it up to everyone. Hundreds and hundreds of places to gamble in Montana. I use the term"places to gamble" because most are too small to be called casinos. Most convenience store seems to have slots. In Billings alone (population 100,000) there are over 30 casinos.

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