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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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  • KeepingThePromise - "We share the objections of many fellow Arizonans when we see attempts to bring Indian gaming to metropolitan areas that are on lands not connected to an extant reservation," the senators said in a statement released Monday.

    The Tohono O'odham Reservation largely falls in Tucson and further south. Read more here: http://bit.ly/1posdgj


    McCain, Flake introduce bill to stop Glendale casino | Keeping the Promise
    keepingthepromiseaz.com
    U.S. Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake of Arizona introduced a bill Monday to prohibit any new casinos in metropolitan Phoenix.The measure aims to stop a proposal by the Tohono O'odham Nation to build a major casino resort on its land less than two miles from Jobing.com Arena and University of Phoeni…
  • KeepingThePromise - Senators McCain and Flake to introduce Senate companion to House-passed bill on indian gaming, read more here: http://bit.ly/UHkIpr

The Impact on Neighborhoods

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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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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Jane Dee Hull

Former Governor

Voting “yes” on Proposition 202 ensures that no new casinos will be built in the Phoenix metropolitan area and only one in the Tucson area for at least 23 years.

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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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