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10th Circ. Gives States A Leg Up In Making Gaming Deals

Law360, New York (July 21, 2017, 8:50 PM EDT) -- A recent Tenth Circuit decision that the state of New Mexico can punish non-Indian vendors for working with the Pueblo of Pojoaque's casinos in the absence of a gaming compact may leave the tribe unable to get the gambling machines and software it needs and gives states more leverage when negotiating tribal-state gaming deals.

A Tenth Circuit panel majority said Tuesday that a New Mexico district court had rightly applied a traditional analysis to determine that federal gaming law didn't preempt state law in the case and correctly found that the state could fine the vendors or leave their licenses in...

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