Tag Archives: Senate Indian Affairs Committee
- Tribal online gaming bill introduced as Senate holds third hearing
July 27, 2012
Shortly before the US Senate Committee on Indian Affairs (SCIA) convened its latest hearing on “Regulation of Tribal Gaming: From Brick and Mortar to the Internet,” the Committee released a discussion draft of a new internet gaming bill, the Tribal Online Gaming Act of 2012 (read it here). The Act...
- Senate Indian Affairs hearing witness list; tribal gaming revenue rose 3% in 2011
July 24, 2012
The US Senate Committee on Indian Affairs has released the witness list for its hearing on “Regulation of Tribal Gaming: From Brick and Mortar to the Internet” scheduled for this Thursday at 2:15 PM EST. Panel #1 will hear from Tracie Stevens, the chairwoman of the National Indian Gaming Commission...
- Harry Reid says he can’t get Republican support for online poker bill
July 17, 2012
The US Senate Committee on Indian Affairs has scheduled a hearing on “Regulation of Tribal Gaming: From Brick and Mortar to the Internet” for Thursday, July 26 at 2:15pm. The doings from Senate Dirksen Building 628 will be broadcast live over the internet. No list of speakers has yet been...
- Senate Committee on Indian Affairs talks online gambling and Wire Act opinion
February 10, 2012
On Thursday, the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs held its second hearing on internet gambling in the past three months. This confab was called to hear testimony as to the Department of Justice’s revised opinion on the scope of the Wire Act, and, specifically, “What’s at Stake for Tribes.” Representing...
- Curses fly as DC repeals online gambling law; Senate Indian Affairs panel set
February 8, 2012
The District of Columbia Council has voted to repeal the online gambling legislation the Council approved just last year. Following last week’s Committee on Finance and Revenue vote, the full Council voted 10-2 on Tuesday in favor of the repeal bill. The two lonely votes against the repeal came from...
- Senate Indian Affairs Committee hears tribal concerns over online poker
November 18, 2011
On Thursday, the Senate Indian Affairs Committee held its “What’s At Stake for Tribes” hearing on a future regulated US online poker market. Committee Chairman Daniel Akaka (D-HI) was on hand, along with vice-chair John Barrasso (R-NY) and members Al Franken (D-MN) and Tom Udall (D-NM). None of the other...
South Dakota’s Bettor Racing Inc files for bankruptcy
October 10, 2017