California Tribal State Gaming Compacts
The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988 requires that tribes sign negotiated compacts, or agreements, in good faith, with their state governments to clarify a range of jurisdictional issues surrounding regulation and scope of gaming. Each compact must be negotiated with the Governor, ratified by the State Legislature, and finally, approved by the Department of the Interior. As of November 2016, a total of 74 tribal governments have signed such compacts with the state of California.
To see the approved negotiated compacts that each of the 74 tribal governments have signed with the state of California, please click on the links provided below.