In boundary disputes and water allocation, implementation of the compacts
was left to state personnel and considered an extension of their regular duties.
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The centerpiece of this second round of Indian-gaming compacts
reached by the Republican governor includes a deal with the Lytton Band of Pomo Indians that will allow the Northern California tribe to open a 5,000-slot machine mega-casino in the east San Francisco Bay Area city of San Pablo.
Many other compacts
have been enacted by a smaller number of states, and a significant number of compacts
have been enacted by only a single state legislature.
There are also efforts underway to create new compacts
in other regions of the country.
When the Virginia Compact
was enacted on December 18, 1789, the Free Rivers Doctrine was embodied in the provision that the use of the Ohio River would be "free.
Infrequently used for many years, early compacts
were rarely concluded between states not having contiguous territory.
So the unaffiliated states voted against ratification of the compacts
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The 10 countries without signed compacts
are in the first or second phase of compact
Gray Davis in 1999, and San Manuel Tribal Chairman Deron Marquez said he sees advantages to immediately renegotiating those compacts
Thus, the LLRW compacts
are important topics for research because they represent an attempt to use interstate compacts
to solve an important and national problem that transcends state boundaries.