Section 107.25 | Tribal state gaming compacts.
(A) As used in this section:
(1) "Tribal-state compact" means a tribal-state compact described in the "Indian Gaming Regulatory Act," 102 Stat. 2472 (1988), 25 U.S.C. 2710(d).
(2) "Class I gaming," "class II gaming," "class III gaming," and "Indian tribe" have the same meanings as in the "Indian Gaming Regulatory Act," 102 Stat. 2472 (1988), 25 U.S.C. 2703.
(B) Neither of the following shall be ratified or take effect until the general assembly approves it by passage of an act:
(1) Each tribal-state compact the governor enters into with an Indian tribe;
(2) Each authorization the governor grants for an Indian tribe to place land into trust to be used for class I, class II, or class III gaming.
(C) Each tribal-state compact approved under this section shall contain an expiration date, which shall be not later than ten years after the compact's effective date.
(D) Each tribal-state compact approved under this section shall contain a binding agreement for the collection and payment of state and local sales, use, or other excise or applicable taxes, or for the payment of amounts that may be in lieu of such taxes, levied on any item sold to any nonmember of the governing tribe by any business establishment located on the land to be taken into trust.
Available Versions of this Section
- October 14, 1997 – House Bill 98 - 122nd General Assembly [ View October 14, 1997 Version ]