SB 980: Tribal-state Gaming Compacts [EPCC]
GENERAL BILL by Geller
Tribal-state Gaming Compacts [EPCC]; Designates the Governor as the state official to negotiate and execute tribal-state gaming compacts with federally recognized Indian tribes. Provides for ratification of such executed compacts by a majority vote of the Legislature and for submission of the compacts to the Secretary of State. Requires the Secretary of State to forward a copy of an executed compact and the ratifying act to the United States Secretary of the Interior, etc.
Last Action: 5/2/2008 Senate - Died in Committee on Governmental Operations
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• Referred to Regulated Industries; Governmental Operations; Judiciary; General Government Appropriations
• On Committee agenda-- Regulated Industries, 02/06/08, 12:45 pm, 110-S
• Favorable by Regulated Industries; YEAS 5 NAYS 4
• Now in Governmental Operations
• Introduced, referred to Regulated Industries; Governmental Operations; Judiciary; General Government Appropriations -SJ 00061; On Committee agenda-- Regulated Industries, 02/06/08, 12:45 pm, 110-S; Favorable by Regulated Industries; YEAS 5 NAYS 4 -SJ 00130; Now in Governmental Operations -SJ 00130
• Died in Committee on Governmental Operations
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