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Sports Betting in Arizona Requires Tribal Compact Rework

Bloomberg Law

Arizona leaders have to consider a potential “poison pill” in their gaming compacts with Indian tribes when weighing the legalization of sports betting, according to a Phoenix-based attorney. Passing a law to let the state or businesses offer gambling on games would reduce how much revenue tribes owe Arizona from their casinos across the state, said Stephen Hart, a partner with Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP who practices Indian and gaming law.



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