There is a simple answer for the conundrum facing Indian Country of how to participate in internet gaming – federal legislation.
On February 11, 2014 the National Indian Gaming Commission published a notice of four upcoming tribal consultations. The topics identified in the notice are 1) NEPA; and 2) Technology.
The City of Missoula was unsuccessful in its attempted public use condemnation of the Mountain Water franchise 30 years ago. The City now states that it spoke to its “advisors” and determined what was not a public use 30 years ago suddenly is a public use today.
After two high-profile breaches at Target and Neiman-Marcus, the Congress held back-to-back-to-back hearings in the Senate and the House last week on what tools the regulatory agencies, law enforcement, retailers, and banks need in order to combat the threat.
Courts have long struggled with interpreting (and thus instructing a jury on) the statutory element of willfulness.
Federal Express Corporation was the U.S. Postal Service’s largest contractor in fiscal year 2013. The next largest USPS supplier was EnergyUnited, which provides consolidated telecommunication and energy billing services.
President Obama signed an Executive Order raising the minimum wage for employees of federal contractors on February 12, 2014.
DC Week Ahead: President Obama heads to Toluca, Mexico, for the North American Leaders’ Summit with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.
Another seemingly quiet week was punctuated by incursions on the twilight zone between regulations and guidance.