Ariz. governor opposes tribal ballot
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Arizona Gov. Jane Hull opposes a casino gaming initiative being pushed by Colorado River Indian Tribes.

Hull says the deal is bad for the state and tribes. Her gaming compacts with tribes, however, were not approved by the state Legislature.

The Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT) delivered 165,000 signatures of state voters on Monday in preparation for validation for the November 5 ballot. The tribes didn't agree to Hull's compact.

The tribes which did sign Hull's stalled agreement have launched a ballot initiative of their own.

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