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The leaders of Oklahoma-based Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee (Creek) and Seminole nations have approved a resolution denouncing the new Republican governor’s plan to force negotiations for a bigger slice of revenue from Oklahoma’s tribal casinos.
The Inter-Tribal Council of the five civilised tribes approved the resolution during a meeting in Tulsa.
Last week, Gov. Kevin Stitt said that the existing compacts should be reevaluated now that the gambling industry has matured in Oklahoma.
Tribal leaders and the governor disagree over what triggers a 15-year renewal of the compacts.
Source: European Gaming Media
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