March 18, 2016
New York gaming regulators have been ordered by a judge to send information on what was used to determine which Upstate proposed casinos would receive gaming licensees. The documentation has been requested by the Oneida Indian Nation.
The del Lago Resort & Casino was awarded one of the three casino licenses. The decision has been challenged by the tribe. They are also suing the gaming commission over what they feel was a process that was filled with flaws.
Less than 100 miles from the del Lago Resort & Casino is the Turning Stone casino that is owned by the Oneida.
The tribe will be receiving documentation of factual and statistical data from the commission. Under the order, this information must be released. However, recommendations and opinions do not need to be included.
The ruling is under review by the commission.
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