I. Nelson Rose mentioned in Saint Peters Blog on Florida Organizes Crime Law

Saint Peters Blog, December 2, 2015

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Prof. I. Nelson Rose of California’s Whittier Law School said he first offered that advice to the Senate six years ago, when it sought him out for guidance before the current agreement, known as the Seminole Compact, was enacted. “The legal analysis would be the same,” Rose said … the state “has many ways to prevent the tribe from continuing to offer blackjack and other card games.” Federal law doesn’t allow the state to go onto tribal land to enforce anti-gambling laws. But “Florida, like every other state, has a lot of ways to deal with individuals who are involved with illegal gambling, even if the actual operation cannot be raided,” Rose wrote in his memo.

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