Plans were announced in January 2009 by the Tohono O'odham to build a casino 160
miles north of their land in Glendale. As the plans have been moving forward,
the Gila River Indian Community wants the build to stop.
Land was put into trust by the Department of the Interior for the Tohono O'odham
on July 23. However, the Gila River tribes argue that there was never a
determination that the land could be used for a casino as required by law. The
tribe also claims that the Department of the Interior did not issue a report on
the casinos environmental impact as require by the National Environmental Policy
Central Arizona's Gila River reservation is shared with the Maricopa and Pima
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