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Wisconsin Administrative Resources
WISCONSIN ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS
Wisconsin administrative agencies and departments are given the authority by the Wisconsin Legislature to create administrative law in the form of regulations or rules.
Wisconsin Administrative Code by
Call Number: KFW2434.5 .A36a
Publication Date: 1954-
The official Wisconsin source for state regulations. Regulations relating to American Indians can be found by checking the Index for "Native Americans" and/or specific topics.
Connect to the Wisconsin Legislative Reference Bureau's Wisconsin Administrative Code and Register from the catalog record.
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Various Wisconsin Departments regularly have interaction with Wisconsin Indian tribes regarding topics such as Indian Gaming, Indian Fishing and Hunting and Taxation. As an example, the Wisconsin Department of Administration is listed below. For additional agencies and departments, go to http://www.wisconsin.gov/Pages/allagencies.aspx
and locate the link for the agency or department.
Wisconsin Department of Administration
The Department of Administration's Division of Gaming's focus is the regulatory responsibility to protect the public interest and the integrity of games of chance played in the state. Gaming Compact Agreements can be accessed from the site.
Wisconsn State Tribal Relations Initiative
On February 27, 2004, Executive Order #39 was issued, recognizing the sovereignty of the tribal governments in Wisconsin. To carry out the order, the State-Tribal Consultation Initiative was established. The program is aimed at increasing ties between state agencies and tribal governments. The Initiative's "Government to Government" section provides a list of the state agencies with a link to their Tribal Consultation Policies.