Federal Court Holds Interior May Not Take Land into Trust for Gaming Purposes for Keetoowah

Here is the opinion in Cherokee Nation v. Bernhardt (N.D. Okla.):

Prior post here.

Cayuga Nation Prevails over Village in Gaming Case

Here is the opinion in Cayuga Nation v. Tanner (N.D. N.Y.):

147-dct-order.pdf

Briefs here.

Casino Development Firm Sues Sault Tribe over Lansing and Wayne County Gaming Proposals

Here is the complaint in JLLJ Development LLC v. Kewadin Casinos Gaming Authority (W.D. Mich.):

Update in Cayuga Nation Gaming Dispute with Village of Union Springs

Here are updated pleadings in Cayuga Nation v. Tanner (N.D. N.Y.):

101-amended-complaint.pdf

124-1-cayuga-motion-for-summary-j.pdf

131-village-response.pdf

132-village-motion.pdf

137-cayuga-response.pdf

140-union-springs-letter.pdf

141-cayuga-letter.pdf

142-village-letter.pdf

143-cayuga-letter.pdf

Prior posts here.

Sault Tribe Prevails over Interior over Interpretation of Mandatory Trust Land Acquisition Statute

Here is the opinion in Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians v. Bernhardt (D.D.C.):

opinion-1.pdf

Case tag here.

26indianclcommndec538.pdf

South Dakota Cert Petition in IGRA Preemption Case

Here is the petition in Noem v. Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe:

noem-v-flandreau-cert-petition.pdf

appendix-2.pdf

Question presented:

Does the  Bracker test currently serve as a consistent and predictable rule of law in light of the exponential expansion of Indian gaming since 1988 and the fiscal demands the industry now places on state budgets?

Lower court materials here.