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  • KeepingThePromise - President Ruben Balderas, Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation:

    "Sixteen of the 17 tribes that supported Prop 202 have kept those commitments; it is only Tohono O'odham that has chosen to ignore them."

    Read more from President Ruben Balderas here: http://bit.ly/1rI6oXr
  • KeepingThePromise - Check out this recent article from The Arizona Republic, did the Glendale Casino play fair? http://bit.ly/1rL7uaE


    Glendale casino 'played by the rules?' Yeah, right | Keeping the Promise
    keepingthepromiseaz.com
    Leaders of the southern-Arizona Tohono O'Odham tribe broke ground last week for its planned casino and resort adjacent to Glendale.They were joined in the celebration by local politicians, including those from cash-strapped Glendale, whose support the tribe purchased for $25 million over the next 20…

The Impact on Neighborhoods

Arlen Quetawki

Zuni Pueblo, Governor

This legislation will preserve the integrity of Indian gaming in the State of Arizona and ensures that non-gaming tribes like the Zuni Pueblo will be able to receive gaming revenue under the current compact.

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Hugh Hallman

Former Tempe Mayor

I am frightened at the prospect of a large casino being located within the city limits that may be contrary to existing compatible use restrictions currently in place.

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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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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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