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The Indian casinos and resorts in Southern California are also correctly referred to as Kumeyaay casinos, Mission Indian casinos, Cahuilla casinos, Luiseño casinos, Iipay casinos, Native American casinos depending on a casino's tribal affiliation. federal government recognizes that a legacy of injustice and broken promises shapes the history of the federal government’s relationship with the American Indian and Alaska Native people.
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In fact, most gaming reservations have their own modern police and fire departments, state-of-the-art video surveillance systems, and medical emergency first responders staffed and on duty 24/7 to quickly spot and respond to any problem that may arise and most surrounding communities have grown to depend on vital tribal emergency services like professional fire protection and medical first responders.
Some local casinos will allow minor children in their restaurants, shops and non-gambling areas, but other casinos enforce a strict policy that guests must be at least 18 years or 21 years or older to enter the casino.
There are many 18 over casinos in Southern California.
More than 23 years later, the benefit of this legislation to the indigenous Native American peoples has been DRAMATIC thanks to gaming revenues some of the Indian reservations and tribal families are back on their feet with promising futures after their people languished for generations in debilitating, abject poverty.
Still, some tribes remain unable to benefit directly from the gaming boom and work towards self sufficiency because of strong organized local community opposition against building a casino, because of unfair, corrupted or uncooperative government officials, because the Indian reservation has a poor location, and/or because the tribal council cannot gain tribal support or investors to break ground and begin work.
It's anyone's guess how much the yearly per capita payouts and/or bonuses vary between tribes, but it is common practice among the gaming tribes to pay their tribal members monthly checks on their gaming revenue, profits. and dramatically shows the rapid expansion Indian gaming took in the United States after President Ronald Reagan signed the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act into federal law in 1988 and legalized gambling operations for federally-recognized Indian tribes in the United States. We are therefore working to turn the page on the federal government’s pattern of neglect of this community and, instead, build a strategy for empowerment that helps the tribal nations forge futures of their own choosing.