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Arizona tribes share another $24M in casino revenue with state

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The Arizona Indian Gaming Association marked a milestone -- $1 billion in shared revenues with the state. Photo from Facebook

Tribes shared $24 million in casino revenue for the quarter that ended March 13, the Arizona Department of Gaming reported.

The $24 million was about the same amount that was shared during the same quarter in 2013, the department said in a press release.

Under their Class III gaming compacts, tribes share between 1 percent and 8 percent of revenues. As of this month, they have shared about $979 million since 2002, according to a department report.

Tribes expect to hit the $1 billion mark this summer.

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