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21 February 2017 at 08:38 BST

Attorney General speaks out against tribal gaming ban bill

An Attorney General has critisised legislation seeking to ban lucrative video gaming at tribal casinos in Idaho which she says would bring the tribes to their knees.

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House Assistant Minority Leader Ilana Rubel of Boise, Idaho, added that the measure could spark multiple legal headaches for the state.

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She has requested that Attorney General Lawrence Wasden's office review HB 127.

The House State Affairs Committee is expected to vote on the measure today (Tuesday, February 21) during a hearing.

While Rubel is not on the committee, she is reported as saying that she wanted her caucus to know the facts about the bill.

Source: New Observer

 
   
 
 
 

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