Gaming Legal News - May 24, 2012 • Volume 5, Number 13


In this issue:

- Graton’s Never-Ending Battle To Develop Gaming

The Graton Rancheria was federally recognized as an Indian tribe on December 27, 2000, by an Act of Congress. The Tribe has been continuously pursuing development of a casino for the ensuing 11½ years, but casino opponents have opposed and attacked the project with the ferocity and tenacity of a dog with a bone. This opposition has culminated in new litigation challenging the State of California’s ratification of a Class III Gaming Compact with Graton.

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