Okla. governor's office questioned casino plans
Records show that Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin's office learned about an Indian tribe's plan to build a casino in Broken Arrow months ago and questioned whether the land qualified for gaming.
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#1 Jan 23, 2012
How can the Fallin admin justify not making Broken Arrow residents aware of the proposal to build a casino. She was aware of this back in February but residents became aware when dozers started moving dirt on the site. This either the height of incompetency or corruption. It looks to me as if somebody's pockets are getting lined. This whole thing smells of corruption. Broken Arrow does not want a casino. Fallin better get busy fixing this or she will be a one term governor or even better get recalled.
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