Gov. Burgum signs gambling compacts with North Dakota tribes to lower legal gambling age

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Gov. Doug Burgum has signed an agreement package with North Dakota’s Native Indian tribes to lower the legal gambling age from 21 to 19 at tribal-owned casinos. The state-tribal agreements, known as compacts, will allow gamblers on reservations to use credit or debit cards to place bets.

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