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Native American Gaming: News for Tribal Projects

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Don't miss this episode of Native American Gaming! Host Valerie Red-Horse will discuss the good news--and the not so good news--for tribal projects on this month's show. Red-Horse will chat about recent federal mandates and legal decisions that pertain to tribal projects. Join Red-Horse and her guests, Townsend Hyatt and Jim Dacey, as they take a look at the IRS TED Bond update/revision, the Pachak decision, and more!

Townsend Hyatt is a partner at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP in the Pacific Northwest office in Portland, Ore. He is a member of the Public Finance Group and leads the Indian Tribal Finance practice. He has worked with Indian tribes in more than a dozen states on a variety of projects.

Jim Dacey is the vice president, Indian gaming development at Full House Resorts. Dacey has more than 20 years of experience managing complex, multi-discipline projects. He has worked with tribal governments, federal agencies and local municipalities and civic organizations to secure the approvals, agreements and support necessary to conduct tribal gaming.

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