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Pair of Texas tribes given federal permission to operate electronic bingo

The United States Supreme Court has reportedly sided with a pair of federally-recognized tribes that have long been seeking official permission to legally debut Class II gaming entertainment on their lands in the state of Texas.

According to a Wednesday report from the news domain at TexasTribune.org, the five-to-four decision reaffirmed the autonomy of the Tigua Pueblo and Alabama-Coushatta Tribe while giving the pair the ability to begin offering games of electronic bingo. The source detailed that the ruling also allows the duo to begin regulating any gambling activities not express…