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In addition to and in conjunction with the powers and responsibilities listed in this statute, rules and other applicable laws and regulations, the Commission shall have power to:

A. Initiate civil and criminal actions in court to enforce provisions of this statute, Nation gaming regulations or the IGRA;

B. Negotiate and approve management agreements for Class II and Class III gaming to be submitted to the Congress for approval by congressional resolution;

C. Approve, deny or revoke gaming licenses for Class II or Class III gaming;

D. Monitor all gaming activities conducted on Osage Nation trust lands on a continuing basis;

E. Ensure that background investigations are conducted as required by this statute and the IGRA as well as conduct such additional investigations as the Commission may deem necessary;

F. Demand access to and inspect, examine, copy and audit all papers, books and records concerning activities and revenues of any gaming activity conducted on Osage trust lands and any other matters necessary to carry out their duties under this statute;

G. Conduct such hearings as the Commission may deem appropriate in carrying out its duties, including administering oaths or affirmations to witnesses and issuing subpoenas to compel witnesses to appear at such hearings;

H. When information is received through audits or other investigations that indicates a violation of Nation, federal or applicable state statutes, laws or regulations, treat as confidential and provide such information to the appropriate law enforcement officials;

I. Adopt regulations deemed necessary to clarify or enforce provision of this statute or Nation rights and interests established in approved management agreements; and

J. Adopt an Osage Nation Class II and Class III gaming license application. ONCA 07-09, eff. Dec. 8, 2006; ONCA 10-37, eff. Apr. 7, 2010; ONCA 10-73, eff. Oct. 5, 2010.