Indian Casinos and Lobbying, After Abramoff American Indian tribes that hired lobbyist Jack Abramoff lost a lot of money -- and access to decision makers in state and federal government. Guests discuss the interplay between lobbying and the growth of the Indian casino business.
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Indian Casinos and Lobbying, After Abramoff

Indian Casinos and Lobbying, After Abramoff

Indian Casinos and Lobbying, After Abramoff

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American Indian tribes that hired lobbyist Jack Abramoff lost a lot of money — and access to decision makers in state and federal government. Guests discuss the interplay between lobbying and the growth of the Indian casino business.

Guests:

Jodi Rave, covers Native issues for the Missoulian newspaper in Missoula, Mont.

Suzan Shown Harjo, president of the Morning Star Institute in Washington, D.C. and a columnist for Indian Country Today