Tribal gaming generated $4.4 billion dollars in 2008 in the region that includes Wisconsin, the chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission said Wednesday. Phil Hogen, chairman of the regulatory agency that tracks tribal gaming, spoke at the annual conference of the North American Gaming Regulators Association in Washington, D.C., broadcast by satellite to Green Bay.
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