Policy Issues

CNIGA’s primary purpose is to protect the inherent sovereign right to have gaming on tribal lands. To that end, CNIGA takes policy positions on a range of issues that impact tribal government gaming on a state and federal level. These policy positions, derived from extensive direction from tribal membership, serve as the heartbeat of the direction that this tribal membership has taken.

To read these policy statements on the array of policy subjects listed below, please click on the links provided.

Picayune Document

October 25, 2001


Policy on Expansion of Gaming Beyond Tribal Land

December 3, 2003


Federal Recognition of Indian Tribes and Indian Lands

May 15, 2003