Kathryn’s Quoted in the San Diego Union-Tribune on the CRIT Case
Kathryn’s the lead expert quoted in this May 14th story in the San Diego Union-Tribune. She comments on the implications of the Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT) case for the NIGC’s scope of authority. In that case, a federal court threw out the NIGC’s internal operating rules for tribal casinos, known as minimum internal control standards.
As the dust continues to settle from the CRIT case, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and other state officials have wondered whether newly negotiated compact agreements for five California tribes – the billion dollar revenue sharing deal – will have adequate oversight. Will the renegotiated compacts be valid? And what next?
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