The Department of the Interior's Denial of the Wisconsin Chippewa's Casino Applications: Hearings Before the Committee on Government Reform and Oversight, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifth Congress, Second Session, January 21, 22, 28, and 29, 1998, Volumen2
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1998
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Agreement for Government Anderson Answer applicant tribes approved Area Director BALLEN Band of Lake Bruce Babbitt Chairman City of Hudson Committee Congressional consultation Croix County Croix Tribe decision Delaware North detrimental discussed document Dog Track Application DOLD draft Ducheneaux Duffy economic ELLIOTT EXAMINATION gambling gaming facility gaming purposes Gaming Regulatory Act Greyhound Racing Harold Ickes Hudson casino Hudson Dog Track IGRA impact Indian Affairs Indian Gaming Association Indian Gaming Regulatory Indian tribes Indians of Wisconsin issue Joint Operating Agreement Lac Courte Oreilles Lake Superior Chippewa land into trust letter located Mdewakanton meeting memo MIGA Minnesota Indian Gaming Minnesota tribes O'Connor off-reservation Okay Oneida Tribe operation opposition proposed casino Question recall Red Cliff reservation revenue Secretary Babbitt Section 20 Senator Skibine Sokaogon Sokaogon Chippewa Community Stanley Crooks surrounding community three Tribes Town of Troy White House WILSON WITNESS YEAGER
Página 121 - Accounts prepared by the Bureau of Economic Analysis of the US Department of Commerce.
Página 207 - Subsection (a) win not apply when (A) the Secretary, after consultation with the Indian tribe and appropriate State and local officials, including officials of other nearby Indian tribes, determines that a gaming establishment on newly acquired lands would be in the best interest of the Indian tribe and its members, and would not be detrimental to the surrounding community, but only if the Governor of the State in which the gaming activity is to be conducted concurs in the Secretary's determination...
Página 285 - Title to any lands or rights acquired pursuant to this Act shall be taken in the name of the United States in trust for the Indian tribe or individual Indian for which the land is acquired, and such lands or rights shall be exempt from State and local taxation.
Página 701 - Although this proceeding is being held in a somewhat informal atmosphere, because you have been placed under oath, your testimony here today has the same force and effect as if you were testifying before the committee or in a courtroom.
Página 951 - Counsel, and after having been first duly sworn, was examined and testified as follows: Mr.
Página 449 - I am strongly committed to building a more effective day-to-day working relationship reflecting respect for the rights of self-government due the sovereign tribal governments. In order to ensure that the rights of sovereign tribal governments are fully respected, executive branch activities shall be guided by the following: (a) The head of each executive...
Página 213 - Wisconsin and the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin...
Página 449 - In order to ensure that the rights of sovereign tribal governments are fully respected, executive branch activities shall be guided by the following: (a) The head of each executive department and agency shall be responsible for ensuring that the department or agency operates within a governmeni-to-government relationship with federally recognized tribal governments.
Página 124 - Except for any assessments that may be agreed to under paragraph (3)(C)(iii) of this subsection, nothing in this section shall be interpreted as conferring upon a State or any of its political subdivisions authority to impose any tax, fee, charge, or other assessment upon an Indian tribe or upon any other person or entity authorized by an Indian tribe to engage in a class III activity.