NIGC launches campaign for better regulation of tribal casinos

By Joyce Hanson (April 27, 2022, 7:53 p.m. EDT) – The National Indian Gaming Commission has launched a campaign to encourage the next generation of tribal casino regulators to create a stable workforce, saying it is targeting recruitment strategy, knowledge retention and planning skills to support the next 35 years of Indian gaming regulation.

These three target areas are designed to help all Indian gaming regulators identify risks and anticipate opportunities as the tribal gaming industry seeks to match the achievements of the 1988 Act, the commission said on Tuesday. The comments follow NIGC President E. Sequoyah Simermeyer’s announcement of the “3 for 35 Project: Regulating for the Future” at the Indian…

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