Eligibility determination for granting a gaming license.
(a) An authorized tribal official shall review a person's prior activities, criminal record, if any, and reputation, habits and associations to make a finding concerning the eligibility of a key employee or a primary management official for granting of a gaming license. If the authorized tribal official, in applying the standards adopted in a tribal ordinance, determines that licensing of the person poses a threat to the public interest or to the effective regulation of gaming, or creates or enhances the dangers of unsuitable, unfair, or illegal practices and methods and activities in the conduct of gaming, an authorizing tribal official shall not license that person in a key employee or primary management official position.
(b) All tribal gaming ordinances and ordinance amendments that have been approved by the Chairman prior to the effective date of this section and that reference this section do not need to be amended to comply with this section. All future ordinance submissions, however, must comply.
[74 FR 36939, July 27, 2009]
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