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Title 25Chapter ISubchapter NPart 292


TITLE 25—Indians

CHAPTER I—BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

SUBCHAPTER N—ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES

PART 292—GAMING ON TRUST LANDS ACQUIRED AFTER OCTOBER 17, 1988

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§292.1
What is the purpose of this part?
§292.2
How are key terms defined in this part?
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Subpart B—EXCEPTIONS TO PROHIBITIONS ON GAMING ON NEWLY ACQUIRED LANDS

§292.3
How does a tribe seek an opinion on whether its newly acquired lands meet, or will meet, one of the exceptions in this subpart?
§292.4
What criteria must newly acquired lands meet under the exceptions regarding tribes with and without a reservation?

Settlement of a Land Claim” Exception

§292.5
When can gaming occur on newly acquired lands under a settlement of a land claim?

Initial Reservation” Exception

§292.6
What must be demonstrated to meet the “initial reservation” exception?

Restored Lands” Exception

§292.7
What must be demonstrated to meet the “restored lands” exception?
§292.8
How does a tribe qualify as having been federally recognized?
§292.9
How does a tribe show that it lost its government-to-government relationship?
§292.10
How does a tribe qualify as having been restored to Federal recognition?
§292.11
What are “restored lands”?
§292.12
How does a tribe establish connections to newly acquired lands for the purposes of the “restored lands” exception?
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Subpart C—SECRETARIAL DETERMINATION AND GOVERNOR'S CONCURRENCE

§292.13
When can a tribe conduct gaming activities on newly acquired lands that do not qualify under one of the exceptions in subpart B of this part?
§292.14
Where must a tribe file an application for a Secretarial Determination?
§292.15
May a tribe apply for a Secretarial Determination for lands not yet held in trust?

Application Contents

§292.16
What must an application for a Secretarial Determination contain?
§292.17
How must an application describe the benefits and impacts of the proposed gaming establishment to the tribe and its members?
§292.18
What information must an application contain on detrimental impacts to the surrounding community?

Consultation

§292.19
How will the Regional Director conduct the consultation process?
§292.20
What information must the consultation letter include?

Evaluation and Concurrence

§292.21
How will the Secretary evaluate a proposed gaming establishment?
§292.22
How does the Secretary request the Governor's concurrence?
§292.23
What happens if the Governor does not affirmatively concur with the Secretarial Determination?
§292.24
Can the public review the Secretarial Determination?

Information Collection

§292.25
Do information collections in this part have Office of Management and Budget approval?
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Subpart D—EFFECT OF REGULATIONS

§292.26
What effect do these regulations have on pending applications, final agency decisions, and opinions already issued?


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