Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association comments on casino plans
|Updated: 1/11/2012 5:31 pm
||Published: 1/11/2012 4:22 pm
The Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association has received inquiries about the construction of a casino in Broken Arrow.
The OIGA consists of 26 Native American Tribes conducting Tribal Government Gaming in Oklahoma. The organization notes tribal governmental gaming is conducted based on the requirements of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act and other federal laws.
David Qualls, Chairman of the OIGA says, “We anticipate that tribal governmental gaming in Oklahoma will continue to be a success story for both the tribes and citizens of Oklahoma.” The OIGA works to promote the general welfare of the Oklahoma Indian Tribes through the development of sound policies and practices with respect to the conduct of gaming enterprises in Indian Country.
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