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Full Committee Oversight Hearing on: Gaming on off-reservation restored and newly-acquired lands.
Tuesday, July 13, 2004

washington, D.C.


Oversight Hearing on:
Gaming on off-reservation restored and newly-acquired lands.

Panel I:

The Honorable Jim McCrery (R-Louisiana)

Panel II:

Aurene Martin
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, Indian Affairs
Department of the Interior

Panel III:

Mr. Ernie Stevens, Jr.
Chairman
National Gaming Association

Principal Chief Christine Norris
Jena Band of Choctaw Indians
Jena, LA
Accompanied by: Heather Sibbison
Patton Boggs LLP

Chief Leaford Bearskin
Tribal Chief
Wyandotte Nation
Wyandotte, OK

Panel IV:

Deron Marquez
Chairman
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
Highland, CA

Ms. Leslie Lohse
Treasurer
Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians
Orland, CA

Kurt Luger
Executive Director
Great Plains Indian Gaming Association
Bismarck, ND


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