The Commission shall review an applicant’s prior activities, criminal record, if any, and reputation, habits and associations and shall conduct interviews with former employers, associates and/or other persons familiar with the applicant sufficient to permit it to make a finding concerning an applicant’s eligibility for a license. A license may not be issued unless the Commission is satisfied the applicant is a person of good character, honesty and integrity. The Commission shall not license a person if the Commission determines that the licensing of the person: poses a threat to the public interest or to the effective regulation of gaming; creates or enhances dangers of unsuitable, unfair, or illegal practices and methods and activities in the conduct of gaming or the carrying on of business and financial arrangements incidental thereto; or will undermine public trust that Tribal gaming is free from criminal and dishonest elements and would be conducted honestly. (Ord. adopted 4/12/04, 2004; Ord. 08-03 Art. VIII § 3, 2003.)
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