2019 Tribal Gaming in the Congress and Courts / 2020 Outlook

2019 Tribal Gaming in the Congress and Courts / 2020 Outlook

October 14, 2019, 3:30 PM - 4:15 PM

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In the midst of investigations and hearings, panelists will discuss the legislative and policy proposals affecting the tribal gaming industry as we near the end of the first half of the 116th Congress. In addition, the 2020 election will consume the airways and slow the pace in Washington from one end of Pennsylvania Avenue to the other-is that a good thing? Or bad? It takes these masters of the Hill to navigate the halls and handicap that potential outcome.


  • Holly Cook Macarro



    Spirit Rock Consulting

  • John Harte



    Mapetsi Policy Group

    John Harte is a member of the San Felipe Pueblo. He is a partner in the Mapetsi Policy Group. Mapetsi is a Federal policy firm that exclusively...

  • Larry Roberts


    Indian Gaming and Tribal Self-Governance Program, Professor of Practice

    Arizona State University Law School

    Lawrence S. Roberts joined ASU Law in 2019 as a Professor of Practice and Executive Director of the Indian Gaming and Tribal Self-Governance Program....

  • Hilary Tompkins



    Hogan Lovells

    Hilary is the former Solicitor of the U.S. Department of the Interior (2009-2017) where she oversaw all legal issues of the agency including Indian...

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