Casino Compact with Navajo Nation Denied by Senate
February 20, 2014
The proposed gaming compact between the Navajo Nation and the state of NM has
been denied by the Senate.
The vote happened on Wednesday. 31 to 10 were against the proposal. The House
approved the compact on Tuesday.
The proposed compact would have allowed for the development of three new casinos
by the tribe. Currently there two casinos owned by the Navajo Nation in New
Mexico. With one other that does not fall under state regulation since it is a
low stakes casino.
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