Gaming Legal News - August 27, 2013 • Volume 6, Number 18

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In This Issue:

- “RESERVATION SHOPPING” CIRCA 2013:

The term “reservation shopping” has been coined by various anticasino groups, some local governments, and even some gaming tribes to disparage efforts of non-gaming tribes to acquire lands in trust for gaming. Some of the tribes seeking new land are landless, while others have tribal land that is unsuited for gaming development for various reasons. The term is intended to be pejorative.

- FAST FOOD COMES TO INDIAN COUNTRY:

In-N-Out Burger, the quintessentially Californian burger chain, will open its first restaurant on tribal land in early 2014 at the Morongo Casino on the Morongo Indian Reservation on the heavily trafficked Interstate 10. The reservation lies 90 miles west of Los Angeles and 20 miles east of Palm Springs. Similarly, the Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma will open a Sonic restaurant on non-Indian land in Seneca, Missouri, about 10 miles from its Oklahoma reservation...

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Topics:  Gambling, Gaming, Tribal Lands

Published In: Art, Entertainment & Sports Updates, General Business Updates, Indigenous Peoples Updates, Tax Updates, Zoning, Planning & Land Use Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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