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Editorial: Put an end to Kialegee Tribal Town's plan for casino

"The good people of Broken Arrow do not want an Indian casino in their community.

The Kialegee Tribal Town is trying to build the Red Clay Casino despite the objections of state, county and city officials plus a growing groundswell from Broken Arrow families.

The tribe, with about 400 members, wants to open in March in prefabricated buildings with slot machines. The tribe would build a permanent building as soon as it could.

Even other Indian tribes are against this project.

The tribe, which seemingly is working with outside gambling interests, thinks that because the land is held in trust, it can do whatever it wants. At least one out-of-state attorney (from Florida) is working for the project."

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