• April 19, 2024

New Mexico state allowed to go after Pojoaque Pueblo vendors, judge rules

The Pojoaque Pueblo’s gaming operations have been dealt a serious blow by federal judge James Browning, who ruled that the state of New Mexico is free to take action against vendors working with the tribe’s gambling enterprises because the pueblo doesn’t have a gambling compact with the state. According to New Mexico Gov. Martinez, the ruling reaffirmed that Pojoaque Pueblo was an illegal gambling operation, while the pueblo’s governor Joseph Talachy had refrained from comments on the 200-page decision, according to reports.

New Mexico state allowed to go after Pojoaque Pueblo vendors, judge rules

The Pojoaque Pueblo tribe runs tw…

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