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Congress must shore up NIGC regulatory authority over Class III gaming, guard against regulatory capture in tribal regulatory commissions, and reconsider the legitimacy of federal oversight of tribal economic decision-making. Congress should give the NIGC greater authority over licensure of those involved in Indian gaming and circumscribe the federal role over tribal economic decisions.

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Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988, National Indian Gaming Commission, IGRA, NIGC, Gambling, Indian gaming, Class III Gaming, Indian law, Indian tribes, American Indians, Indian tribes, Native Americans



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