The Saipan Chamber of Commerce has asked the Commonwealth Casino Commission to hold Imperial Pacific International accountable for their violations of labor laws, wage and hour laws, and Occupational Safety and Health Administration violations. Meanwhile, the CNMI Senate passed on first and final reading a bill that will increase the percentage of money recovery for the CNMI government and the Office of the Attorney General for prosecuting gamblers who owe money to IPI.
SCC wants IPI held accountable (Saipan Tribune)
Bill hikes CNMI’s share of any money recovered from IPI debtors since ’16 (Saipan Tribune)
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