Professor Rose quoted in expansive article on Indian casinos and reservation shopping in California

California Lawyer, September 2014, September 1, 2014

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“It’s an interesting question that’s never really been asked before,” says Whittier Law School Professor I. Nelson Rose, a widely recognized gaming law expert. “But it is basically a mere technicality. The [Graton] land has been removed from the tax rolls. The gaming compact has been signed by the governor. There is the consent [to cede jurisdiction.]” The parties, Rose concludes, “didn’t use the word ‘sovereign,’ but everyone knew what was going on with that piece of land.”

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