US Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Hearing: Future of Internet Gaming: What’s at Stake for Tribes? (11/17/2011)

US Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
Future of Internet Gaming: What’s at Stake for Tribes?



Related links:
- Official Hearing Page
- PPA Press Release
- PPA Chairman Alfonse D’Amato Testimony




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Thursday, November 17 2011
2:15PM
Senate Dirksen Buldg SD-628

Sen. Akaka: Opening Statement [video]
Sen. Franken: Opening Statement [video]

Witnesses

Panel #1
Mr. Larry S. Roberts [video]
General Counsel
National Indian Gaming Commission, Washington, DC


Sen. Akaka: QA for First Panel [video]
Sen. Franken: QA for First Panel [video]
Sen. Barrasso: QA for First Panel [video]
Sen. Udall: QA for First Panel [video]

Panel #2
The Honorable Bruce Bozsum [video]
Chairman
The Mohegan Tribe, Uncasville, CT

The Honorable Glen Gobin [video]
Vice Chairman
Tulalip Tribes, Tulalip, WA

Sen. Akaka: QA for for Second Panel [video]
Sen. Franken: QA for for Second Panel [video]
Sen. Udall: QA for for Second Panel [video]

Panel #3
Mr. Ernie Stevens [video]
Chairman
National Indian Gaming Association, Washington, DC

Accompanied by Mr. Mark Van Norman
Senior Advisor
National Indian Gaming Association, Washington, DC

Mr. Alfonse D’Amato [video]
Chairman
Poker Players Alliance, Washington, DC

Accompanied by Mr. John Pappas
Executive Director
Poker Players Alliance, Washington, DC

Ms. Penny Coleman [video]
Principal
Coleman Indian Law, Washington, DC

Mr. Grant W. Eve [video]
CPA, CFE, Manager
Joseph Eve, Great Falls, MT

Sen. Akaka: QA for Third Panel [video]
Sen. Barrasso: QA for Third Panel [video]
Sen. Akaka: QA for Third Panel Pt.2 [video]
Sen. Akaka: QA for Third Panel Pt.3 [video]


Sen. Akaka: Closing Statements [video]

Additional Coverage:


Tribal Governments and Poker Legislation – PPA (11/08/2011)