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We are a coalition of community and tribal leaders, small business owners and neighbors fighting for Arizona’s neighborhoods. Let’s work together to keep tribal gaming on traditional Indian reservation lands and away from neighborhood schools, places of worship and homes.

 
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    Contact Elected Officials | Keeping the Promise
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    The federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act never envisioned tribal interests buying property in the middle of cities to develop gaming facilities without adequate input and approval from impacted parties.
  • KeepingThePromise - The promise is essential to stopping attempts by at least one tribe to develop an Indian reservation far from their current land base solely for the purpose of developing a casino, which will be located across the street from a high school. The tribe is attempting to develop the casino without any input or consultation from the local community, city government or State.

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    FAQs | Keeping the Promise
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    The Keep the Promise Act of 2013 is bipartisan federal legislation introduced by Arizona Congressional members Trent Franks, Ann Kirkpatrick, Paul Gosar, Matt Salmon, David Schweikert, Ed Pastor and others. It will prohibit gaming activities on certain lands acquired by tribes in the Phoenix metrop…

The Impact on Neighborhoods

John Lewis

Gilbert Mayor

The federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act never envisioned tribal interests buying property in the middle of cities to develop gaming facilities without adequate input and approval from impacted parties.

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Diane Enos

Salt River Pima-Maricopa, President

The Keep the Promise Act is fair, simple legislation ensuring that the core promises of Prop 202 remain intact: promises made to voters and to Arizona tribes.

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Sherry Counts

Hualapai Tribe Chairwoman

As a tribal leader, a resident, and a voter in the state of Arizona I support this legislative effort to preserve and maintain the gaming policy made between the tribes and Arizona voters to limit the number of casinos in the Phoenix metropolitan area.

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Sherry Cordova

Cocopah Tribe Chairwoman

We made a commitment and we must honor our commitment to, not only our fellow tribes, but to the people of Arizona.

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