Monday, October 19, 2020

Tribal Casino Gambling

Tribal casinos keep COVID-19 details private while juggling economics, safety 

MSN - Camille von Kaenel and Jennifer Bowman

As many businesses remained under orders to stay closed during the coronavirus pandemic, tribes in San Diego County bucked recommendations from outside leaders and reopened their casinos with measures designed to limit the spread of illness.

It’s unclear if the gamble paid off.

Public health officials have confirmed that more than 300 of the county’s residents who contracted COVID-19 reported visiting a casino shortly before testing positive.

But the county won’t disclose whether any community outbreaks occurred at local casinos because they’re on tribal lands. The tribal governments have released little information and aren’t subject to federal and state disclosure laws as sovereign entities.

That means local outbreaks potentially are being left out of a metric the county considers in reopening decisions. Already, San Diego fails to stay under the threshold for outbreaks set by public health officials.

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Anonymous said...

To the two above posters.

Anonymous said...

Nothing will happen until robert is out. We can give him all the evidence in the world and he can just keep saying “thank you for submitting but we have a preponderance of evidence to show other wise” although he will not show that preponderance of evidence to anyone so nobody knows what to look for or show to dispute it? Why would he not show his preponderance of evidence you ask? Because he has none!! Many MB descendants have gone through the BIA documents in Riverside, Sacramento, and D.C. along with Freedom of Information Act requests and they haven’t found anything that can’t be easily proven incorrect so I highly doubt robert has ANY little own a preponderance of evidence to show MB blood degree is lower. ******For any enrolled Margarita B. Descendant at Pala please contact “” the tribal enrollment specialist and let her know you would like to look at your enrollment file. You can request to look at it in office. All documents robert is using to determine your blood degree for Pala should be in there and so should the preponderance of evidence that he uses to determine MB was 1/2 that is claimed. If there is only the stuff originally submitted by you or your family then that should be what Pala is using to determine your degree. If there is nothing then take it to the enrollment specialist and let her know “there is a mistake with your blood degree” you were going through your file and after looking through it everything states MB was 4/4 full blood so your degree should be higher. If there is something you do not recognize or that states MB was 1/2 then compare that to other document to prove it’s validity or it’s superiority to other documents. Here is Pala tribal enrollment specialist contact info which you can also get by contacting the Admin.
Stephanie Staley
Administrative Assistant | Tribal Chairman’s Office
Tribal Enrollment Specialist
Direct (760) 891-3518
Fax (760) 891-3587

****Judging by how they act or what they will give you access to will let you know but as a tribal member you have rights to look at your own file and see what’s in it****Pala should be using what’s in your file to determine your blood degree so if there is nothing then you inform them this is what your blood degree should be or they provide disputed documents to your file and add them to it. said...

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