A federal appeals court ruled on Monday that the federal government can collect taxes from Native American tribal casinos, and from tribal members who receive disbursements from those casinos.

In a published decision, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit affirmed a trial judge’s decision holding that a South Florida tribe can be held liable for failing to withhold and report gaming receipts and disbursements, as could one of its members who failed to pay taxes on disbursements she received on behalf of herself and her family.

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