I been going to casinos since the age of 13, the first one I been to was Foxwood in Connecticut. since the first day I always noticed that place had Native American exhibitions up the ass. it wasn't long enough that I found out that the whole place is obviously owned by Native Americans. I went to Mohegan Sun years later and I noticed this one also had the Native American exhibitions going on. now recently I've visited a new one that opened up in my state not too long ago that also had the Native American exhibition going on along with three others that I been to in New York and New Jersey.
coincidentally one day I heard a rumors that the Native Americans wanted to build one of these two casinos I mentioned earlier in my state but the dumbass governor of my state at that time rejected their offer because of some random ignorant reason.
oh well I've also noticed this a lot in the world of entertainment. all the movies I've seen based on casinos always point out the Native Americans one way or another along with a few commercials and comedy shows. I remember in that movie Walking Tall starring The Rock. the movie in center on a casino own by a delinquent mob who happened to be white folks and in one scene The Rock quoted something that goes "dont you have to have Native American descendant to own a casino?"
but oh well just out curiosity why are only Native Americans allow to own casinos in America?
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Small price to pay for genocide2
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Not true; it is by state. Nevada, anyone who meets the state requirements (ie, no organized crime ties, etc) can own one. In some states (Iowa, for ex.) they have to be on a riverboat.
Some states allow them for Native Americans due to tribal sovereignty; tribal lands are not subject to state laws and taxes.3