Wyoming Tribal Gaming
In 2005, the court ruled that the Northern Arapaho Tribe was entitled to offer the "full gamut of casino-style Class III gambling" on its lands. Furthermore, the course of actions Wyoming had taken resulted in the state forfeiting its right to a revenue share of any income generated by Class III gaming.
After the state's loss of its revenue-sharing rights with the Northern Arapaho Tribe, Gov. Freudenthal and the Eastern Shoshone Tribe signed Wyoming's first Class III gaming compact in May 2006. The deal was negotiated in April 2006 after the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that all forms of Class III gaming were available for tribes to offer in the state. Each of the tribes operates casinos near their shared Wind River Indian Reservation.
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