25 CFR 518.9 - Are any of the investigative or enforcement powers of the Commission limited by the issuance of a certificate of self-regulation?

§ 518.9 Are any of the investigative or enforcement powers of the Commission limited by the issuance of a certificate of self-regulation?
No. Subject to the provisions of 25 U.S.C. 2710(c)(5)(A) the Commission retains its investigative and enforcement powers over all class II gaming tribes notwithstanding the issuance of a certificate of self-regulation. The Commission shall retain its powers to investigate and bring enforcement actions for violations of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, accompanying regulations, and violations of tribal gaming ordinances.

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