NM Gaming Official Shortage Makes Difficult to Audit Casinos and Racetracks
June 26, 2013
New Mexico's casino and horse tracks is a billion dollar industry. However,
regulating this industry is a problem. That is due to the shortage of inspectors
and auditors that help keep all the state's gaming in check.
Recently a report was released that showed a lack of record reviews at tribal
casinos. The lack of inspector and auditors has made it difficult for them to
comply to the law. The report was released by the Legislative Finance Committee.
It was also reported that the compact with the tribes and what is allowed per
the Gaming Control Act make it difficult to to determine the how well the Gaming
Control Board is monitoring tribal gaming.
Racetracks are also not regularly audited on their earned betting revenue.
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