The historic displacement of Native Americans led to policies such as the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, which was passed in 1988 to help fuel a now $33 billion-dollar casino and gaming industry for 247 native tribes. Thankfully, it seems new policies may open doors to make the move into alternative real estate assets -- on and off reservations -- more attainable. Political, economic, and societal changes are also driving tribes to move into alternative land and real estate investments outside of casinos.
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