Texas Tribes May Soon See End To Protracted Gaming Battle

Law360, New York (December 4, 2015, 9:10 PM EST) -- Recent U.S. Department of the Interior and National Indian Gaming Commission rulings may, at long last, give two Texas tribes a pathway to operate their gaming businesses after years of fighting the state's resistance to any form of gaming expansion.

A Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Tribal Council member performs in the Rotunda of the Texas Capitol in 2009, in Austin. (Credit: AP)

  Tribes' Toil For Gaming Rights

1993

The Ysleta del Sur Pueblo opens the Speaking Rock Casino and Entertainment Center in El Paso, offering bingo and soon expanding to many other types of gaming.

2001-02

The state of Texas,...

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