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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 - Read the statement from GRIC Gov. Gregory Mendoza regarding today's decision by BIA Assistant Secretary Kevin Washburn to take into trust the Tohono O'Odham Nation's Glendale parcel

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    BIA Decision Regarding Tohono O'Odham Nation Land | Keeping the Promise
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    Statement from GRIC Gov. Gregory Mendoza regarding today's decision by BIA Assistant Secretary Kevin Washburn to take into trust the Tohono O'Odham Nation's Glendale parcel:"While our Community is disappointed by today's decision, we are not surprised. As Assistant Secretary Washburn noted, he was f…
  • KeepingThePromise - Casino would be bad for community

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    Casino would be bad for community | Keeping the Promise
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    The aggressive campaign to build a Vegas-style casino in our back yard is again circumventing the will of our community. Glendale City Hall has just decided to negate the voice of 10,000 residents that lent their signature to a referendum allowing us to voice our collective disapproval of the propos…

The Impact on Neighborhoods

Jim Lane

Scottsdale Mayor

If successful, the [Tohono O’odam Nation’s] plan will set a dangerous precedent that will make any county island in the Phoenix Metropolitan area vulnerable to purchase and development as a casino.

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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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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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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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