NM gaming proposal
It doesn't appear that a proposed gambling compact between the Navajo Nation and the state of New Mexico will get any warmer of a reception than it did during the 2013 legislative session when it was met with complaints.
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#1 Dec 27, 2013
Just another way of stealing peoples money! All you have to do is look at the Indian owned casinos in Wisconsin and any other Indian owned casinos the only winners are the casinos and never the people that spend (loose) money! And people donít need another way of being scammed out of their money, if you really want to spend your money try putting it in a education fund for your children and educate them.
#2 Dec 27, 2013
Is gaming a new term that has been introduced into the English language? No. If one doesn't want to throw their money away at a casino, don't step foot into one.
Since: Jan 10
#3 Dec 27, 2013
There's some truth in that, however the choice is there for the public. Nothing ~makes~ them go to a casino and waste their money. Life is all about choices and which ones you make.
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