The Washington Indian Gaming Association (WIGA) released an Economic Impact Study showing strong Tribal economies benefitting the state of Washington.
Deana Scott, Raving CEO sits down with Rebecca George, Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe, Executive Director, WIGA to discuss the overall impact Tribal governments have on the state of Washington. With over $6.6B in gross state product, 54K jobs tracing back to Tribes, and $4 out of $5 of Tribal revenue from sovereignty, Tribes in Washington are making significant investments in the state’s quality of life.
You can access and download the full report here. You can also access a map of Tribes in Washington.
The Washington Indian Gaming Association (WIGA) is a non-profit Indian gaming trade association representing federally recognized tribes in the state of Washington committed to advancing the lives of Indian peoples — economically, socially and politically.
In this interview, Rebecca George, Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe, Executive Director, WIGA discusses how the association works with state and federal governments to protect Indian Gaming and the strong commitment for Washington Tribes to work together.
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